Buildings between 32nd and 33rd streets will become a single residential development, sources say.
The plan is to turn a service road along Second Avenue into a public plaza, but not everyone is on board.
J.D. Carlisle told CB6 it would yank its support for another project unless the market was pushed out.
The victim, a man in his 30s, suffered burns to his forearm, a fire spokesman said.
Community Board 6 voted Tuesday to let the market stay on Second Avenue near East 33rd Street.
The restaurant opened its third location on East 33rd Street between Third and Lexington.
A fence blew over at Madison Avenue and East 33rd Street.
A 27-year-old man is accused of stabbing his mother in the neck and arm.
The playground was repaved and repainted using $375,000 in City Council funds.
Sasha Petraske is now hoping to open Middle Branch on East 33rd Street within the next two months.
Bar owner Sasha Petraske is facing stiff community opposition for a proposed "quiet" bar in Murray Hill.
After reviewing its initial rejection of a plan to ease overcrowding at P.S. 116, the DOE has said no.
The Kips Bay Community Day will host its last event of the season on Saturday, once again turning a stretch of Second Avenue into a neighborhood festival.
Jo-Ann Zaccarelli launched a new organization meant to bring concerts and artistic events to culturally starved neighborhoods. Her first stop? Kips Bay.
On Friday, residents of Gramercy and Kips Bay braced for Hurricane Irene, a Category 2 storm that has prompted NYU Medical Center to evacuate 400 patients.
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