Howard Hughes reduced its proposed skyscraper more than 100 feet, but that's not enough, officials said.
The Brass Tap, slated to launch in March, will serve craft brews until 4 a.m. daily.
The long-delayed subway station in Lower Manhattan opened to the public at 5 a.m. on Nov. 10.
The first Conde Nast workers arrived at the brand-new skyscraper on Monday morning.
Three students were arrested for beating a 67-year-old newsstand vendor, who slashed one of the teens.
Shakespeare Downtown will launch with free outdoor performances of "Romeo and Juliet" in May 2015.
Tres Carnes is bringing its smoked meats and Tex-Mex dishes to Second Avenue and 44th Street.
The $1.4 billion Fulton Center will open at 5 a.m. on Nov. 10, after years of delays, officials vowed.
Two teens grabbed a woman's handbag at Pier 15 in the Financial District, then rode off on Citi Bikes.
Residential buildings are trying to weather another possible hurricane with new flood-proofing tactics.
The Battery Urban Farm will honor Zelda the turkey, who was killed in a car crash late last month.
The director of the Pine Street School explains how it develops "internationally-minded" students.
The beloved Battery Park turkey is thought to have been run over by a car.
A woman had her $200 necklace stolen by a man at the Wall Street stop on the 2 train.
The Peck Slip School, located in Tweed Courthouse, is cramming up to 50 students into classrooms.
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