The neighborhood, under controversial development, was added to the most endangered historic sites list.
The Howard Hughes Corporation, in a letter to the mayor, said they are working on the "height issue."
Five elected officials are asking for inspection reports for historic buildings demolition.
Portions of long disputed, historic buildings will have to be torn down, officials said.
The water spouts at the Imagination Playground won't be turned on until mid-June, officials said.
The bulldog rescue fundraiser will take place in Peck Slip Plaza on May 16.
SmorgasBar returns to the South Street Seaport on May 21.
The seven-story hotel will feature a restaurant and two bars at 33 Peck Slip.
Part of the profits will go towards the South Street Seaport museum.
The pop-up on Fulton Street is expected to open in June and stay open through the end of 2015.
Broth Fest, a day of slurping the trendy soup, is headed to the Seaport on March 14. Tickets are $33.
Sound Off yoga pumps music through noise-canceling headphones for a unique Vinyasa experience.
Eight food vendors and a bar will set up along Fulton Street starting Memorial Day weekend.
The artisanal doughnut maker is frying fresh pastries on Fulton Street through February.
A pop-up on Water Street offers massages and exercise for your face.
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