Per the film's introduction at Capital:
Bleecker Bob’s will stay open until the landlord has found a new tenant. When it goes, it will take with it a huge part of the history of the Village. And it looks unlikely to find a new place to open up.
You can watch the documentary here.
As we noted back in March, rent on the East Third Street storefront is $17,000.
Previously on EV Grieve:
[UPDATED] Let's help Bleecker Bob's find space in the East Village
[Image from March via Dave on 7th]