Numerous buildings in Lower Manhattan are eligible for rent stabilization, unbeknowst to many residents.
Galloway, a lawyer in a prestigious firm, pleaded guilty Thursday in Manhattan Criminal Court.
Portions of long disputed, historic buildings will have to be torn down, officials said.
Six new teenagers, ages 16 and 17, are now members of Manhattan community boards.
The expansive new Greenwich Street bar is slated to open by September.
The new 35-seat restaurant will be a "neighborhood joint," chef Eduard Frauneder said.
The seven-story hotel will feature a restaurant and two bars at 33 Peck Slip.
Affordable rentals have decreased Downtown by more 20 percent over the past four years.
The NYPD's intelligence gathering agency has moved from Chelsea to 250 Vesey St.
The abstract artwork will be installed in Thomas Paine Park this spring for a temporary exhibit.
The DOT will add alternate-side parking on 11 blocks in northwestern TriBeCa.
The Water Street greenmarket at Coenties Slip will return on Thursdays from July 2 to Nov. 19, 2015.
The community will vote on a final design next month.
Latitude 360, a restaurant, bowling alley, theater and arcade, is slated to open in the vacant building.
Applications for community boards in Manhattan are due Jan. 30.
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