The audit highlights systemic issues within the MTA’s engineering department.
The conversion will provide permanent housing to 200 homeless families, the city says.
The two buildings, designed by Handel Architects, will have some 800 apartments between them
Selling churros on the B train should not count as crime
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The $38 million revamp is the latest upgrade at the West Side waterfront park.
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The new overlook is the latest in a series of renovations to modernize the garden.
The one-bedroom apartment has hardwood floors and exposed brick.
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The apartment has hardwood floors and a walk-in closet.
Plus, the MTA’s $249M spend on police officers—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup.
The massive Far Rockaway project will take 15 years to build.
Local opponents plan to sue against the city’s plan in the coming weeks.
The City Council passed a package of bills to make the island more accessible.
"We’re creating the Rockefeller Center of Queens," the hotel developers say.
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The MTA wants to build a new bus rapid transit line through a forgotten stretch of the Staten Island coastline
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Plus, the Charging Bull may not move after all—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup.
The iconic hotel’s transformation is due to wrap up by 2021
The city has chosen a U.K.-based provider to lead the bike share program in the borough next year.
The massive media conglomerate will partner with SOM on a 1.2 million-square-foot headquarters in lower Manhattan.
The undulating park was designed to mimic a leaf floating on water.
The apartment has plenty of old-world details.
Plus, a 220 Central Park South apartment sells for $64 million—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup.
The tap-to-pay technology will expand to 48 new stations by the end of December.