Movie theaters, fitness studios and beauty salons continue to struggle, while drugstores, pet supply stores and supermarkets are keeping up with rent payments.
Host Compliance, which gathers data on short-term rentals in more than 100 U.S. cities, found a 250 percent year-over-year spike in complaints this summer.
The number of coffee shops in the U.S. is shrinking for the first time in nine years. The winter could bring another wave in closures.
The median monthly rate for a studio apartment in the city fell by 31 percent year-over-year, compared to a 0.5 percent decline nationally.
The spaces operate on a platform similar to co-working, with month-to-month membership agreements instead of leases.
Thousands of club owners are pleading with Congress for a financial lifeline until they can welcome music fans back.
The team behind the project insists assisted living can reduce the isolation that seniors are feeling as the virus keeps visitors away.
Experts expect a “second storm” as forbearance periods expire and borrowers are forced to act.
Leaders in European countries are urging pandemic-weary citizens to toe the line.