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Need an Apartment? This 5-Bedroom Penthouse Costs Just $45,000-a-Month

The home is perched atop the 76th floor of the shimmering tower.

Civic Center »

Deadlocked Etan Patz Jury Leaning Toward Acquittal, Sources Say

After 10 days of deliberations, the jury announced it could not reach a verdict in the Etan Patz case.

TriBeCa »

Knife-Wielding Thief Snatches Woman's Bag as She Rides the 1 Train: NYPD

The thief told his victim "don't scream and don't look at me," before grabbing the handbag.

Civic Center »

Trial For Embattled Assemblyman Sheldon Silver Set For November

The disgraced assemblyman, who faces a host of fraud and corruption charges, has pleaded not guilty.

South Street Seaport »

Veteran of East Village Radio Launches Independent Station in Seaport

Little Water Radio hit the air waves with live programming at the Fulton Stall Market Saturday.

South Street Seaport »

Cipriani-Owned Luxury Boutique Hotel Mr. C Opening in South Street Seaport

The seven-story hotel will feature a restaurant and two bars at 33 Peck Slip.

South Street Seaport »

City Hall Restaurant's Chef Bringing Wine, Beer and Bites to Pier 16

Part of the profits will go towards the South Street Seaport museum.

Financial District »

Get $500 Taylor Swift Tickets or a $2K Aspen Vacation at PTA Auctions

Several Downtown schools raise over $100,000 from their annual spring auctions and galas.

Financial District »

Pure Barre Exercise Studio Opening in Financial District

The popular ballet-based exercise chain is slated to open its latest studio on Pine Street in May.

Financial District »

Man Found Dead in Hudson River, Police Say

A 23-year-old man was found floating in the Hudson River on Sunday.

TriBeCa »

Cab Driver Suffers Fatal Heart Attack, Crashes Into Tour Bus In TriBeCa

The 68-year-old driver was pronounced dead on arrival at New York-Presbyterian/Lower Manhattan Hospital.

TriBeCa »

'Severe' Rat Infestation Continues in TriBeCa Lot for More Than a Year

Several spots in TriBeCa are hotbeds for rats, Department of Health officials said.

Financial District »

Sheldon SIlver Applauded at Schools Meeting, Says He Will Be 'Vindicated'

The embattled assemblyman led his school overcrowding task force meeting Wednesday evening.

Civic Center »

Accused Etan Patz Killer Sane, Had Sexual Motive, Prosecutor Says

The prosecution summed up their case in Manhattan Supreme Court Tuesday.

SoHo »

Defense Rests in Etan Patz Murder Case, Asks Jury to Discount Confession

The defense pushed the idea that accused killer Pedro Hernandez gave a false confession.