LIFE IN THE BLUE ZONES: Death of NYC’s most beloved restaurants puts landlords in danger.

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The rolling wipeout of beloved New York City restaurants, which claimed the fabled 21 Club two weeks ago, might only be getting started.

And as painful as it would be to food lovers, it would hurt landlords even more as retail vacancies of all kinds mushroom in each of the five boroughs.

Many of the “couple of thousand” eatery closures to date, as estimated by the New York City Hospitality Alliance (NYCHA), were small neighborhood spots less “iconic” than media accounts claimed. But industry insiders fear that the coronavirus pandemic might soon drag down bigger fish — and a lot of them.

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