Howard Hughes Corporation wants to build a tower, a market and a marina in the South Street Seaport.
Southbridge Towers residents will now be able to sell their affordable apartments at market rate.
Owners will vote in July on whether to go private. At market rate, apartments may be worth $1 million.
Educators laud the assessments that could draw attention to subjects other than English and Math.
Workers in the South Street Seaport mall did not pull the fire alarm during the recent blaze.
The Peck Slip Post Office is closing Friday and moving to 116 John St. on June 4, 2012.
Great Oaks Charter School hopes to open a middle and high school on Governors Island.
Lower Manhattan saw 1,086 births in 2010.
SantaCon participants have gotten out of control, drinking and urinating in public, residents said.
The post office will lease the former Andrews Coffee Shop space at 116 John St.
The city found no accidents at the City Hall Park bike path this spring, but said nearly half of the riders fail to dismount.
Education activists cheered the announcement of the new school but warned that more seats are needed.
The rezoning would send downtown kids to Chinatown and the Village.
Schools will lose 30 percent of the money they have saved at the end of the fiscal year in June.
Residents say cyclists are disobeying dismount signs and pose a danger to pedestrians.
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