From the City Council, to the Public Advocate and Members of Congress, electeds don't pay their interns.
Bill de Blasio announced the northern section of Central Park would go car-free starting June 29.
The Howard Hughes Corporation, in a letter to the mayor, said they are working on the "height issue."
The owners of the building filed plans to change the zoning from residential to commercial.
Five elected officials are asking for inspection reports for historic buildings demolition.
Six new teenagers, ages 16 and 17, are now members of Manhattan community boards.
Work is expected to begin later this month, the company announced Monday afternoon.
Alexa Birdsong went to one meeting in 2014 and has missed every meeting in 2015, records show.
Tenants of four SMA Equities-owned buildings in the Lower East Side and Nolita are suing their landlord.
Parents say construction of the 20-story nursing home will be detrimental to their children's education.
The private school, which is required to build the units, wants to move them to West 108th Street.
The Italian fashion brand will lease a 15,000-square-foot historic building on Mercer Street.
Apartments, schools, retail space and a waterfront park are in the works for the Village.
The Hudson River Park Trust unanimously approved the Pier55 park and performance space.
A nonprofit worked with architects and community members to study ways of improving the esplanade.
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