The store will reopen on Friday.
The authority’s infill program is facing an uphill battle, says a new report.
The charming two-bedroom home was recently renovated
Ever wanted to swim in a pool in a river? You may get your chance in NYC.
One of Midtown East’s tallest skyscrapers is one step closer to completion
City officials will learn those lessons during a week-long European visit to tour jails
Plus, a Bronx megaproject is one step closer to completion—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup
The newly-unveiled plans call for restoring the landscape surrounding the Harlem Meer and building a new recreational facility.
The Steven Holl-designed building, a concrete box with Manhattan views, will open September 24.
Look out for 85 new docking stations in north Brooklyn and Queens this month
The project will incorporate the ruins of the 1850 synagogue with a new congregation space.
The two-bedroom co-op is located in a building with ties to Brooklyn’s history.
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Extell’s supertall skyscraper on West 57th Street has phenomenal views
The Terminal Warehouse in West Chelsea will be restored and will get more office and commercial space.
A new report from the Regional Plan Association makes recommendations for the nation’s first congestion pricing program
The president called this Queens house home as a small child
The fate of the Sunset Park Industry City rezoning remains nebulous.
Plus, the City Council wants another review of the city’s BQE revamp—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup.
The investment would amount to the largest in the agency’s history.
Demolition is underway and construction is planned for next spring.
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The house is located in Brooklyn’s small Fiske Terrace-Midwood Park Historic District.
The 13-story development features 59 one- to four-bedroom units.
Many sections of Midtown will experience street closures or other traffic changes this week as the U.N. General Assembly comes to town.
The state puts to rest excessive upfront fees renters have long decried
Plus, developers embrace vanity flooring for supertalls—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup.
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The two-bedroom apartment boasts exposed brick and an original 1920s mantle on its fireplace.
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More than 25 percent of condos built in the past six years remain unsold.