Howard Hughes reduced its proposed skyscraper more than 100 feet, but that's not enough, officials said.
Curling lessons are held every Wednesday through December at the Seaport's seasonal ice rink.
Designers are competing to build an eco-friendly pavilion on Governors Island in summer 2015.
A conductor on the 1 line was pelted while he was pulling out of the Canal Street station, police said.
The Hideaway, which has a TriBeCa location, is opening on Peck Slip in the former home of Meade's.
The landmarked, 128-year-old pier at Lower Manhattan's tip has reopened, after years of delays.
VBar, which has locations in the West and East villages, will open on Front St. before the end of 2014.
The Leonard Street garage employee was tied up at gunpoint while the robbers swiped three cars.
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.
El Luchador, located in a former horse stable, will offer authentic Mexican flavors with a twist.
The "Out to See" Festival will run weekends through Nov. 23, and the Seaport's ice rink opens Nov. 15.
The display window on Greene Street was still covered with plywood on Tuesday.
The Girl Scouts are holding a one-day-only sale of their cookies in Manhattan and Brooklyn on Tuesday.
The first Conde Nast workers arrived at the brand-new skyscraper on Monday morning.
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