Apartments asking from $469K to $1.65 million.
The city is forcing a crucial composting program into a rushed relocation.
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"One part of the plan that’s really important is getting people out of cars," says advisor Janette Sadik-Khan.
The convoluted vote unfolded during a nearly five hour hearing.
Studios at the development will start at $820,000.
Developer Silverstein Properties will revive Foster’s old 2WTC design, but with substantial changes
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Get out of the city and into a charming, snowy cabin
Hillary Swank used to own the four-story home.
The MTA and MoMA collaborated on an installation celebrating the role graphic design plays in getting around New York City
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Under a new proposal, the complex’s center would get new stairs and elevators to improve visitor circulation.
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The rambling Brooklyn home has tons of yard space
It has floor-to-ceiling built-in bookshelves.
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Plus, a water main break flooded the streets of the Upper West Side—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup.
Exclusive restaurants are on the rise in New York, like private clubs for multimillion-dollar condo owners and places with ultra-strict entrance policies
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Apartments asking from $995K to $3.45 million.
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The house, which dates back to the 19th century, was recently gutted