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Lower East Side »

Friends of LES Performance Artist Raise Money After Accident

Arleen Schloss is recovering from a fall in her Broome Street apartment building, friends said.

Lower East Side »

Filming 'The Knick' Takes the Lower East Side Back to 1910

TV miniseries "The Knick" transformed Orchard and Broome streets to a scene from 1910.

Lower East Side »

Hit-and-Run Driver Strikes Officer in Chinatown, Sparking Police Chase

A man driving with a woman and a dog led officers on a chase after hitting an officer, the NYPD said.

Hudson Square »

Giant Jenga and Connect Four Games Bring Playtime to Hudson Square

The new Jenga set in Freeman Plaza West can be stacked 6 feet tall.

Nolita »

Audrey Hepburn Mural Brightens Mulberry Street

Brooklyn street artist Tristan Eaton installed a mural of Audrey Hepburn in Little Italy.

SoHo »

SoHo Coffee Spot 'Cafe Cafe' to Close After 16 Years

The Greene Street business will close Saturday after its lease was terminated, the owner said.

Greenwich Village »

Developer Pushed to Shrink 'Modern Flatiron' Tower on Sixth Avenue

Locals said an 18-story tower would block light and stand out among low-rise South Village buildings.

SoHo »

18-Story Condo Tower Planned for SoHo Car Wash Site

A wedge-shaped residential tower could rise on Sixth Avenue at Broome Street.

SoHo »

SoHo Residents Slam Tourist Signs as 'Eyesores'

Some SoHo and Nolita residents say DOT "wayfinding" signs don't belong in a historic district.

Hudson Square »

Archdiocese Puts Closed Broome Street Church on Market for $13M

The former Our Lady of Vilnius is for sale as space for residential or commercial development.

SoHo »

Alicia Keys Finds Buyer for $15M SoHo Penthouse

The 6,000-square-foot condo is in contract after an interior design overhaul and price chop.

SoHo »

New SoHo Bistro The Dalloway a 'Mature, Sexy' Addition to NYC Lesbian Scene

Two reality TV stars opened the Virginia Woolf-themed restaurant on Broome Street.

SoHo »

'Tower' Building Planned for SoHo Lot Panned by Locals as 'Sacrilege'

SoHo residents called the building planned for Crosby Street too tall and out of sync with its neighbors.

SoHo »

'Crazy' Fashion's Night Out Crowds Flood SoHo Streets

Fashion's Night Out revelers blocked streets and even trashed a car, angering locals.

Nolita »

New Photo Exhibit Takes 'Straight Up' View of Manhattan Skyline

An exhibition that looks at urban landscapes vertically examines the permanence of Manhattan.

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