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The MTA proposed a plan to allow New York-based businesses in Grand Central Terminal to pay rent on a sliding scale based solely on revenue

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The Grand Central Oyster Bar closes after briefly reopening "Famed restaurant in Grand Central Terminal says business was too slow, with sales reaching only 3% of pre-pandemic levels" @CharlesPassy 

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The MTA proposed a plan to allow New York-based businesses in Grand Central Terminal to pay rent on a sliding scale based solely on revenue

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The Grand Central Oyster Bar has always thrived on tourism and business from commuters moving through Grand Central Terminal -- and they say they have been hit especially hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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A lack of business is forcing the owners of the famed Oyster Bar at Grand Central Terminal to temporarily shut down operations again.

Jarring scenes from all around the city lay bare the devastating impact of the absence of tourism, evident in idle pedicab bikers, empty tour buses and shuttered restaurants in once-crowded sites like Times Square and Grand Central Terminal

Three railroad workers have been suspended for turning a storage room under New York’s Grand Central Terminal into an unauthorized “man cave” with a television, a refrigerator, a microwave and a futon couch. (📸: MTA Inspector General via AP)

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Start your #MondayMorning  off right with @BTS_twt’s performance of “ON” in Grand Central Terminal from last week’s #BTSonFallon  special!

Watch #BTS  perform "ON" at Grand Central Terminal and reveal the black bean noodles incident

If I had one question for Albert Einstein, I might just mess with his head and ask, “What time does Grand Central Terminal arrive at the next train?”

My jaw is currently on the floor after watching @BTS_twt 's performance of 'On' at Grand Central Terminal 💥

K-Pop Group @BTS_twt  Performs New Single 'ON' in New York City's Grand Central Terminal#PeopleNow 

Grand Central Terminal, NYC, 1929. The sun can't shine through like that now due to the surrounding tall buildings.

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