The unnamed bar will feature high-end cocktails and jazz.
Customers said the coffee shop/restaurant on Columbus Avenue was a much needed neighborhood improvement.
From cheesy snowmen to sleeveless snowflake sweaters, the ugliest holiday sweaters went on display.
A vibrator giveaway resumed after the condom maker received the proper permits.
Giorgio Piccoli, 27, turned his own problems finding affordable art into a Flatiron-based startup.
Solar installations, along with other green upgrades, could save $32 million annually, the mayor said.
The New Jersey-based Cinnamon Snail returns to Manhattan with two new menu items.
Family members and supporters gathered to dedicate a playground to honor Officer Moira Ann Smith.
Tykoon, a program that aims to teach kids to manage their money, joins a slew of startups in Flatiron.
NY Tech Day hopes to attract up to 200 startups looking for investment, employees or media attention.
Jay-Z's 40/40 Club was shuttered by the Department of Health a day after its lavish reopening.
Street Chic spotted checked, plaid and argyle bursts of color on wintry Manhattan pavements.
Beyoncé was nowhere in sight, despite rumors she would be by hubby Jay-Z's side for the event.
Fashionistas are staying chic in the winter with glowing white coats.
A new handicap-accessible taxi, the MV-1, was unveiled Tuesday.
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