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Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Cuomo asked why de Blasio invited his ex-opponent, Rob Astorino, to the press conference.

East Harlem »

The Public Service Commission said a faulty pipe led to the leak that caused the explosion.

Tottenville »

Borough President Oddo and Councilman Ignizio announced improvements to Page Avenue and other streets.

East Harlem »

The explosion and building collapse is one of several in Harlem in the last few years.

West Harlem »

A new study estimates that more than $47B would be needed to fix the city's infrastructure problems.

West Village »

Fifth Avenue will remain closed between 12th and 14th streets for several days, officials said.

Midtown »

The firms will develop plans to improve neighborhood streetscapes, the DOT announced.

Midtown »

The proposal, which now goes through a formal review process, would allow newer and larger skyscrapers.

New York City »

Former President Bill Clinton said the fund will invest in infrastructure for areas affected by Sandy.

New York City »

Preparing for flooding is "the single most important infrastructure challenge of our time," Quinn said.

West Village »

Work to replace pipes from the 1870s is cutting into foot traffic at West Village businesses.

Manhattan »

Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer, Public Advocate Bill de Blasio and former Comptroller Bill Thompson shared their visions of the "Future of New York City" during a panel discussion Wednesday.

Downtown »

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has recommended that Patrick Foye replace Chris Ward as Executive Director of the Port Authority.