A Staten Island community board quashed the plan with a 37-3 vote against amid calls for changes.
What to expect from New York’s transit, parks, megaprojects and more in the coming year.
The Council voted unanimously to approve the co-naming of three streets.
A sad ending for the troubled development project.
Investors in the project had recently indicated that they won’t be able to move forward without city support
Wetlands remediation and the presence of a new Amazon warehouse are transforming Staten Island’s west shore
At an MTA board meeting, residents complained about the revamped express bus routes.
The New York Wheel may not become a reality unless the city steps in to help
The latest agreement between the developer and contractor has allowed an extension to January 2019.
Developers were hoping to get $140 million from the city to revive the project.
You get to have Grasmere Lake as your backyard.
In Manhattan, options are slim to none, but plentiful in the Bronx and Staten Island.
The goal is to keep existing small businesses competitive as their neighborhoods change around them
The borough’s north shore will have 300 dockless bike for rent starting this weekend.
A federal complaint filed by Legal Services NYC alleges that the luxury development violated the Fair Housing Act
A protestor scaled the base of the Statue of Liberty on Wednesday to protest family separation at the border, prompting the landmark’s shutdown.
A new report from Localize.city examines the city’s top LGBTQ-friendly neighborhoods.
The cable-stayed bridge replaces its old steel truss cantilever predecessor and offers more lanes.
The developer and the former contractor have come to an agreement after months of fighting.
Touring the urban wilds of the Sharrotts Shoreline on Staten Island’s southern end.
The double-deckers are part of a larger system-wide modernization effort for the city’s buses.
Only 19 of the 32 stations targeted were upgraded before funds ran low.
New analysis of census data found that New York City’s population reached a record high of 8.6 million people last year.
The new routes will make trips to and from Manhattan quicker and more reliable.
The units are the most recent development in a senior-living renaissance on Staten Island.
What to expect from NYC’s towers, transit, parks, and more in the coming year
The newly opened Brookfield Park brings manmade parkland and a wetlands habitat to what was once a toxic—and illegal—dumping ground.
One of New York’s most pristine waterways is Staten Island’s Richmond Creek, whose banks are lined with wild overgrowth.
An aerial video captures these long-abandoned structures like you’ve never seen them before.
Work is now underway on a 21-acre section of the former landfill.
That’s a lot of visitors
Years of work still lie ahead before the coast of New York City will be ready for another major storm.
In Ocean Breeze, recovery has meant pulling back from the shoreline
For an enterprising real estate investor—or someone who likes really freaking creepy homes—this newly listed Staten Island house might be a gem.
28 homes have been selected in parts of Brooklyn and Staten Island for the pilot program.
The exhibits aim to get the community involved while also examining changes as they unfold
This particular site was once utilized by the island’s marine and oyster industries back in the 1800s.
City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito is leading the charge for the removal of the monument to the contentious Italian explorer.
The city has issued a contract that will allow construction to begin on North Park.