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The campus's 26-story residential building will contain more than 350 units.

Upper East Side »

The Rockefeller University is proposing to fix the esplanade as part of a campus overhaul.

Upper East Side »

Some residents worry planned bicycle lane changes near the Queensboro Bridge could create problems.

Upper East Side »

CUNY and Sloan Kettering Cancer Center plans have prompted UES residents to worry about open space.

Upper East Side »

The Tavern on the Green menu includes $14 shrimp and grits and $33 lamb chops.

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Complaints have mounted against the traffic and congestion in front of the East 86th Street Fairway.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Preservationists on the Upper East Side fear that green zoning changes will bring visual blight.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

The Parks Department will soon start soliciting bids for a "high quality casual restaurant and outdoor café,” at Tavern on the Green, officials said Thursday.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Teri Slater, who helped turn East 78th Street between Park and Lexington avenues into the "it" place for Upper East Side families on Halloween, is moving after 40 years.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Residents on East 69th Street are outraged over MTA plans to add subway entrances for the overcrowded 68th Street station on the Lexington Avenue line on their landmarked block.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

City Councilwoman Jessica Lappin secured nearly $1 million for repairing the East River esplanade, but many residents believe they'll need more.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

A Gaston Lachaise sculpture of a nude woman is slated to be installed in Tramway Plaza in August.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

After action was taken against an UWS Duane Reade sign, Upper East Siders are asking, what about our sign?

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

The Upper East Side is hostile to food trucks, according to drivers and locals alike.