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    21 Classic NYC Spots That Closed Forever In 2014

    New York, I love you, but you're bringing me down. This post is going to be a bummer unless you really like luxury condos and frozen yogurt.

    1. 5Pointz, 45–46 Davis Street in Long Island City

    2. Roseland Ballroom, 239 West 52nd Street in Midtown

    3. Kim's Video & Music, 124 1st Ave in East Village

    4. Pearl Paint, 308 Canal Street in Chinatown

    5. Gray's Papaya, 402 Sixth Avenue and 8th Street in Greenwich Village

    6. Subway Inn, 143 E 60th Street on the Upper East Side

    7. Cafe Edison, 228 West 47th Street in Midtown

    8. Death by Audio, 48 S 2nd Street in Williamsburg

    9. Glasslands, 289 Kent Avenue in Williamsburg

    10. 285 Kent, 285 Kent Street in Williamsburg

    11. Galapagos Art Space, 16 Main Street in DUMBO

    12. Rizzolli Bookstore, 31 West 57th Street on the Upper West Side

    13. Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks, 163 West 10th Street in Greenwich Village

    14. Shakespeare & Co. Book Sellers, 716 Broadway in NoHo

    15. Barnes & Noble Flagship, 105 Fifth Avenue and 18th Street in Flatiron

    16. Domino Sugar Factory in Williamsburg

    17. Hair Box Barber Shop on 203 Spring Street in SoHo

    18. Yaffa Cafe, 97 St Marks Place in the East Village

    19. Bowlmor Lanes, 110 University Place in the East Village

    20. Milady's, 160 Prince Street in SoHo

    21. Famous Oyster Bar, 842 7th Avenue in Midtown

    An earlier version of this post stated that Death by Audio received a payout from their landlord, but representatives of the venue have told BuzzFeed that did not actually happen.