The Public Advocate visited some of the worst landlords in East Harlem and the South Bronx on Wednesday.
The husband of fashion designer Joseph Altuzarra was hit with a stop-work order at 187 Lenox Ave.
The petition asks Mayor Bill de Blasio not to tear down the gardens to build affordable housing.
Harlem Grown's garden on 134th St. and Lenox Ave. may be destroyed to make way for affordable housing.
The projects range from upgrading facilities like auditoriums and boilers to creating rooftop gardens.
The watchtower atop Marcus Garvey Park will begin to come down in November. It will be restored in 2017.
Capt. Thomas Harnisch, of the 25th Precinct, reinstated the permit and met with organizers.
After winning his 23rd and final term, Rangel needs to start picking his replacement, fans say.
Rangel's challengers called his behavior inappropriate given the forum's focus on poverty.
Residents say they are against a plan that would allow six additional buildings up to 28 stories tall.
The A. Phillip Randolph Houses will combine public housing and affordable housing units.
Velasco supported the Harlem Arts Festival in its early days and now the group is honoring her legacy.
The agreement has less guaranteed affordable housing than Community Board 11 wanted.
The mixed-use development will feature retail and a community group on the ground floor.
The seven council members praised the mayor-elect even as they promised to resist him.
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