Another one bites the dust in the Parkchester section of the Bronx. A beloved bakery that opened in the 1920s won’t make it to 2016. Zaro’s Bakery has closed there doors to its Parkchester location. Zaro’s Bakery has been a fixture on this corner for 55 years. The owners of the fourth-generation bakery with deep Bronx roots say they were blindsided a month ago when their landlord didn’t renew their lease. Parkchester residents say the closing of long-time businesses is something unfortunately they know all too well. The American Theater, which opened in 1940, has been closed since 2013. In November, NY1 reported that Harmony Records was one of several Parkchester businesses closing because a developer plans to replace the stores with housing. The owner is also looking for a new Bronx space too. The Parkchester location closed on December 28.