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.
The Howard Hughes Corporation's long-anticipated plans for the Seaport include a 50-story tower.
The Battery Park City Authority plans to close the community center on Dec. 20.
Tempers flared at a packed CB1 meeting to discuss the city's planned probation office at 66 John St.
More than 800 residents have signed a petition to stop a development they say is out of place in TriBeCa.
More than 1,300 people have signed a petition asking to stop the move of the criminal summons court.
The City is planning to move a low-level Criminal Court, which deals with summonses, to 40 Worth Street.
A new shared bike and pedestrian lane will be painted along the Battery Maritime Building this month.
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