Howard Hughes Corporation is submitting its development plans to a community task force.
The city's first Denny's will serve alcohol when it opens at 150 Nassau St. in May.
Foot-long rats rule an empty lot next to Wolfgang's Steakhouse, an official said.
Floating hotels and a culinary school are among the latest ideas for the Seaport's future.
Exponents, a longtime treatment facility in Chelsea, plans to move to 2 Washington St. on Jan. 17.
Denny's is applying for a liquor license, after settling a $10 million suit filed by Downtown residents.
Residents are hoping a Citi Bike station will increase foot traffic in the Sandy-damaged area.
A bar from the owners of Upper East Side favorite Off the Rails is slated to open in March.
TriBeCa's Canal Room is closing down after more than 10 years.
The city has nixed its controversial plan to move a criminal court to TriBeCa.
Initially planned as a 48-story tower, the building will now soar even higher, the developer said.
The Malt House, a Greenwich Village bar, is coming to Maiden Lane next year.
Peck Slip Park is set to be finished by 2015, the Parks Department said.
The longtime community center was slated to close on Dec. 20, but it will remain open, officials said.
Howard Hughes Corporation unveiled its plans for redeveloping the Seaport Tuesday night.
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