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Lower East Side compost yard faces uncertain fate as resiliency project looms

The city is forcing a crucial composting program into a rushed relocation.

Hudson Yards backs off wall proposal after backlash

Plus, Michael Bloomberg ❤️ El Bloombito—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup

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Bloomberg’s transportation plan envisions walkable, transit-rich neighborhoods

"One part of the plan that’s really important is getting people out of cars," says advisor Janette Sadik-Khan.

Contested Industry City rezoning splits community board vote

The convoluted vote unfolded during a nearly five hour hearing.

Dutch design firm Concrete unveils first NYC condo

Studios at the development will start at $820,000.

Bjarke Ingels design for 2 World Trade Center scrapped, Norman Foster’s back on

Developer Silverstein Properties will revive Foster’s old 2WTC design, but with substantial changes

What $700,000 buys in NYC right now

See what $700,000 buys in NYC neighborhoods like Midtown East, Greenwich Village, and Upper West Side.

Why are so many NYC subway entrances closed to riders?

Plus, actress Awkwafina will be making announcements on the 7 train—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup.

7 cozy cabins near NYC to rent for a winter getaway

Get out of the city and into a charming, snowy cabin

Posh Greenwich Village townhouse with celeb pedigree wants $11M

Hillary Swank used to own the four-story home.

New York City’s iconic subway signs celebrated in a new, site-specific exhibit

The MTA and MoMA collaborated on an installation celebrating the role graphic design plays in getting around New York City

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The most walkable neighborhood in each NYC borough

Ranking the walkability, transit access, and biking infrastructure in each of New York City’s boroughs.

NYC neighborhoods, then and now: A decade of change

See how the New York has changed over the last decade.

Where in New York City to donate your unwanted items

A guide to donating your clothes, furniture, books, and electronics in the five boroughs.

Rockefeller Center’s public plaza could get a major revamp

Under a new proposal, the complex’s center would get new stairs and elevators to improve visitor circulation.

Rent reforms lead small landlords to sell stabilized buildings

Plus, who is and isn’t taking real estate cash in key upcoming races—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup.

How to fix anything in your NYC neighborhood

From filing a noise complaint to getting a street tree planted on your block

For $2.1M, a detached Ditmas Park charmer with a front porch

The rambling Brooklyn home has tons of yard space

The Curbed New York moving guide

Everything you need to know to make the city your home.

How transportation affects affordability in NYC

A new report from the Citizens Budget Commission ranks NYC as the eighth most affordable large city, based on housing and transportation costs

Classy Upper East Side studio is a book-lover’s dream for $430K

It has floor-to-ceiling built-in bookshelves.

What $4,000 rents in NYC right now

See what $4,000 rents in NYC neighborhoods like Hell’s Kitchen, Greenwich Village, and Murray Hill.

Fort Greene Park’s trees get a reprieve from state judge

Plus, AOC comes out against the LGA AirTrain—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup

Plans to rezone Bushwick are dead, for now

The city is shelving plans to rezone the Brooklyn neighborhood.

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Downtown Brooklyn’s wild development boom, mapped

The transit-rich neighborhood is in the middle of a building boom—here, find all the buildings in development and under construction.

NYC Ferry held back data on its well-to-do ridership

City surveys found that NYC Ferry riders often earned six-figure salaries.

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The ultimate guide to renting in NYC

Don’t get overwhelmed by the process—we’ve outlined how to set a budget, what to bring when you apply for an apartment, and more.

Cuomo plans Penn Station expansion, but crucial tunnel repairs are stymied

Plus, a water main break flooded the streets of the Upper West Side—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup.

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Rich Diners Only: Private Restaurants Are On the Rise in New York

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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The beginner’s guide to New York City

Everything you need to know about making it in the big city

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The 14 most beautiful museums in NYC

Design and art collide at these New York City cultural institutions

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50 small ways to make NYC a better place

From supporting local businesses and getting to know your neighbors to joining your local community board, here’s how you can make a difference in your neighborhood, borough, and the greater city.

The BQX is back (maybe)

There’s a new website and public meetings scheduled to plan the future of the Brooklyn-Queens Connector. Does it mean anything?

5 open houses in Greenwich Village to check out this weekend

Apartments asking from $995K to $3.45 million.

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101 things to love about New York City

A love letter to the five boroughs.

BQE expert panel wants another panel to study crumbling roadway

Plus, NYC Transit workers ratify a new contract—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup.

What to do if your NYC apartment doesn’t have heat or hot water

Know your rights this winter.

Charming Fort Greene townhouse wants $3.5M after modern revamp

The house, which dates back to the 19th century, was recently gutted

Peek inside TWA Hotel’s ’60s-inspired rooftop chalet

Plus, the MTA suddenly pulls 300 new subway cars—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup.