The New York Wheel will have a host of luxury amenities including mobile bars and a 20-seat eatery.
The assault happened near the bathrooms of a well-known Midtown gay bar.
The owners of the 77-year-old dive bar reached an agreement with their landlords Tuesday.
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Local officials asked Boobie Trap to hide its "f--k off" neon sign due to its location near schools.
A celebrity chef-led restaurant and a bagel cafe with more than 30 flavors of cream cheese have opened.
Belgian Beer Café will launch at 220 Fifth Ave., overlooking Madison Square Park, at the end of August.
The new Max Fish features several relics from the old location, including a cigarette-shaped light.
Cedar Local, which recently opened at 25 Cedar St., specializes in classic and original cocktails.
Owners of the 13-year-old dive bar, closing on July 31, said they are looking for a new location.
The Starlite Lounge closed in 2010 after its building's landlord sold the space.
The Jolly Monk serves waffles, waffle sliders and 24 beers on tap.
Organizers said they want Prospect Heights to be viewed as a destination neighborhood.
The owners of Uncle Barry's in Park Slope will open Moot Bar in Bed-Stuy.
The amount Jason Stevens owes could grow to $1.8 million for 150 couples, sources said.
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