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Here are the streets that will be closed for Fleet Week

2,600 sailors, coast guardsmen, and marines are expected to attend the week-long celebration

For $5M, a 191-year-old West Village charmer with a solarium

The house on Barrow Street is a lovely mix of old and new

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111 West 57th Street’s $58M penthouse enters contract

The transaction is a major win for the project plagued by alleged infighting.

Here are the worst times to leave NYC this Memorial Day weekend

Planning a trip out of town for Memorial Day weekend? So are millions of other New Yorkers—here’s how that will affect you.

Corey Johnson crafts bill to ‘completely revolutionize’ the city’s streets

The plan would install at least 250 miles of protected bike lanes

The Curbed guide to the Hamptons

In the East End, go beyond the beaches and nightclubs (but we have you covered there too)

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Waldorf Astoria condo conversion should have more rooftop space, CB argues

Developers in charge of the renovation seek to lower the required open roof space

Plans to replace Midtown’s Port Authority Bus Terminal inch forward

Transit officials will host four public hearings—two in New York, two in New Jersey—on the plans this summer

Big reveal: $675K for a West Village studio with a sleeping alcove

Did you guess correctly?

In Bill de Blasio’s New York, buses and safe streets play second fiddle to parking

As New York City’s mayor seeks a promotion to the highest office in the land, it’s worth exploring his approach to how we get around

‘Don’t ever leave’: A native New Yorker reflects

New York native and Gothamist founder Jake Dobkin dispenses advice in his new book, ‘Ask a Native New Yorker’

A subway menace pulling emergency brakes has plagued NYC commutes for years

"This is stupid, it’s dangerous, it’s selfish and it’s gotta stop," said NYCT President Andy Byford

MTA authorizes full-fare MetroCards for NYC students

Students in grades K-12 who currently get half-fare, bus-only MetroCards will receive a full-fare one

26 best things to do in NYC this spring

Curbed New York's editors have chosen the 26 places that you must visit in New York right now—the new classics, old favorites, and other essential sites.

Sleek, renovated Williamsburg loft wants $2.9M

The condo is located in front of McCarren Park

Woolworth Building ‘Pavilion’ apartment with huge terrace wants $33.5M

The terrace has some of the building’s distinctive copper and terra cotta ornamentation

A guide to OMNY, the MTA’s new MetroCard-replacing fare system

A pilot for the tap-to-pay technology will launch on May 31

Clinton Hill block will be renamed for the Notorious B.I.G. this summer

Advocates announced the renaming date on Tuesday, when the legendary rapper would have turned 47 years old

How much for a West Village studio with a sleeping alcove?

Can you guess the correct asking price?

Gigantic Soho loft from MTV’s ‘The Real World’ wants $7.5M

The apartment has been owned by artist Edwina Sandys for 25 years

Domino megaproject’s second residential building tops out

One South First, a mixed-use development designed by COOKFOX Architects, topped out this week

Memorial Day 2019: NYC parade routes and street closures

There are no fewer than seven Memorial Day parades throughout the boroughs

Port Authority seeks commuter input on making its bus terminal better

A council of commuters and those living near the Midtown hub would offer regular feedback

‘Ebony’ test kitchen to feature in Museum of Food and Drink exhibit

The psychedelic interior was salvaged from Chicago’s landmark Johnson Publishing Building.

The beginner’s guide to New York City

Everything you need to know about making NYC your home

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NYC’s older co-ops could face stiff penalties under city’s ‘Green New Deal’: report

An analysis found that co-ops in Queens and other boroughs will likely face large fines in years to come

Central Park Tower’s first public listings are here

Get a glimpse inside what will be Manhattan’s tallest residential building

Rockefeller Group’s Art Deco-inspired Manhattan condo launches sales

Apartments in the building, a throwback to the past, start at just under $1.2 million

Law & Order’s New York was never real

New York City is a constant character in the long-running series, but it’s a simulacrum of the real thing.

MTA to cut bus service on major Manhattan, Brooklyn routes

"This is a terrible mistake," challenged Comptroller Scott Stringer

What $2,100 rents in NYC right now

See what you can get in NYC neighborhoods like the Upper East Side, Crown Heights, and more.

The campaign for rent reform in New York, explained

Who’s for reform, who’s against it, and why it matters

101 things to love about New York City

A love letter to the five boroughs.

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40 NYC parks where you can barbecue this summer

The unofficial start of the summer season is here and it can only mean one thing: It's time to head to fire up the grill and enjoy the great outdoors.

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The best beaches in New York City

Pack a picnic and your swimsuit and hit one of New York City's public beaches this summer.

An illustrated guide to New York City architecture

From the 18th century to today.

David Adjaye’s first NYC tower tops out in the Financial District

130 William Street reached a construction milestone on Wednesday

City’s privately owned public spaces get new, ‘almost-dancing’ logo

The "Have a Seat" graphic beat some 600 entries in a design competition

Character-filled Washington Heights condo wants $885K

The charming apartment has two bedrooms and lots of character