Thunderstorms and heavy rain brought rapid flooding to parts of Brooklyn
The seven-acre space will have large spaces for events and a connection to Greenpoint’s Newtown Creek
Pelli designed the lower Manhattan complex, along with other notable skyscrapers
The series presents iconic landmarks in surreal moments of solitude
In an unexpected twist, a group of Chelsea building residents shelled out for the air rights to a neighboring development site
A Manhattan Supreme Court Justice gave the lawsuit class action status
Avery Trufelman and New York Times’s Caity Weaver will be onstage in New York City to host a special bonus episode.
Some 19,000 Con Ed customers were still without power Monday morning
The development will be home to the National Urban League’s new headquarters, along with affordable housing
The delay along the MTA’s numbered lines comes in the midst of a heat wave that’s broiling the city
"That easily could have resulted in the loss of a life, and we need answers"
A sanitation worker collected thousands of items from the trash for 34 years and 300 of them are now part of an East Harlem exhibit
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The $121.5 million residential phase of the project will wrap up in 2021
High temperatures will roast the city this weekend—here’s how to prepare.
The horrifying video shows a commuter nearly knocked off a platform by torrential rain
The ruling could be a major hurdle for the 100-story tower
The City Planning Commission hearing will still happen on July 31
The anonymous buyer aims to sell the building to a local nonprofit
The renovated home has a large front porch
Manhattan’s monthly rent reached an average of $4,190/month
Everything you need to know about making NYC your home
The outage comes on the heels of Manhattan’s wide-spread Saturday blackout
An expert found that the city’s lottery system reinforces racial segregation
Changes will begin on July 19, as the transportation authority makes repairs at 96th Street
The modifications to the iconic modernist space were initially made without Landmarks approval
From the 18th century to today.
The effort will double Citi Bike’s geographic scope
The complaint says that owners are deprived of their rights to "use, possess, dispose of, and exclude others from their property"
The billionaire developer is moving to a penthouse at 35 Hudson Yards
Obviously, it’s not a surprise
Aside from the pool—the house has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a garden