Mayor Michael Bloomberg named five people to the performing arts center's board Dec. 29, 2011.
The city has quietly suggested increasing fees for events that take up the street or sidewalk.
The South Street Seaport opted for a fake Christmas tree this year, after the real one blew over in 2010.
The Friends of Bogardus Garden want to make the plaza at Hudson and Chambers streets permanent.
Workers have removed most of the windows at Pier A, a landmarked 125-year-old building.
A proposed methadone clinic from Gramercy Park Services will not move to 90 Maiden Lane, the owner said.
A methadone clinic wants to move into 90 Maiden Lane, upsetting Downtown residents.
Leticia Remauro, former vice president at the BPCA, attended a community meeting Dec. 6, 2011.
Roughly one-third of those who reserve free tickets to the 9/11 Memorial don't show up for their visit, officials said.
Biddy Early's, at 43 Murray St., will reopen as Woodrow's early next year. The bar plans to get rid of its beer pong table in favor of a family steakhouse vibe.
The DOE's new plan sends some children zoned for P.S. 234 in TriBeCa to P.S. 1 in Chinatown instead.
The city cannot afford to spend $1 million a year renting a gym space for Millennium High School, School Construction Authority President Lorraine Grillo said.
Lower Manhattan officials are urging the mayor to stamp out drumming, public urination, and excessive police barricades around Zuccotti Park.
The Seaport Museum hopes to restore the 1908 lightship Ambrose through funds it has requested form the city.
Community Board 1 also asked Occupy Wall Street to work with city officials to address residents' quality-of-life concerns.
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