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The delayed 80-story tower could begin construction next year, with GroupM as an anchor tenant.
The exhibit is on display through Sept. 9.
Trinity Church, one of the city's wealthiest parishes, is deciding on plans for a new residential tower.
The 51-story skyscraper at 140 Broadway, built in 1968, was granted landmark status.
About 6,000 bees make their home in Battery Park's hives, which were rebuilt after Hurricane Sandy.
After years of complaints from parents and advocates, the DOE has agreed that more seats are needed.
A deliveryman was stopped by men driving a pickup truck in TriBeCa, who forced him off his electric bike.
The condo board at 150 Nassau St. is suing to stop Denny's from opening in its building.
Trading Post, a 10,000 square foot, "classic American" restaurant, is slated to open by the end of June.
The long-anticipated West Thames pedestrian bridge is set to begin construction before the end of 2013.
A man was hit by the southbound 5 train at Bowling Green Station Thursday afternoon.
Guac Star plans to offer a tequila bar and Mexican small plates in Zigolini's at 66 Pearl St.
A new pedestrian plaza is set to open on Washington Street, between Albany and Carlisle streets.
Jorge Sanchez, 27, is accused of exchanging stolen Sephora products for store credit.
More than 40 paramedics and EMTs were laid off from New York Downtown Hospital last week.
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