The Varick Street bike lane is part of a larger plan to add lanes from TriBeCa to Union Square.
Eight of 12 boards passed resolutions opposing the city's proposal to allow new, larger skyscrapers.
Swinging Sixties Senior Center's directors had expected the hub would lose funding this year.
The boards' recommendation was the first step in a months-long review process for the proposal.
Tutto Il Giorno, which has locations in Sag Harbor and Southampton, will open at 114 Franklin St.
Several Gay Pride weekend events are heading to TriBeCa's Pier 26, thanks to Pier 54's disrepair.
The Trust For Governors Island won community support to allow for a spa on the redeveloped island.
A Brooklyn Flea beer garden and food market is headed to the Sandy-devastated Seaport for the summer.
A 9-foot, shiny, yellow sculpture will be on display at TriBeCa Park from May through October.
Three 19th-century buildings on Canal Street are finally being fixed, after years of violations.
After months of discussion, Spring Studios won the support of a CB1 committee in its liquor license bid.
Developers plan to shut down a block of Cedar Street to demolish 22 Thames St., a century-old building.
Most of lower Manhattan's elementary schools have placed children on long wait-lists.
The popular Stout NYC is opening a new bar at the corner of John and Gold streets.
The Battery Park City Authority will finally turn the property over to developers in June.
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