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.
Marco Pasanella, Jason Friedman, Elizabeth Lewinsohn, Kathleen Gupta and Sarah Currie-Halpern join CB1.
The Chelsea hot spot, which serves breakfast until 5 p.m., is slated to open in TriBeCa.
Fed up with dogs "pooping and peeing" on the greenery, locals want pooches banned at DeLury Square Park.
Capsouto Freres, which has anchored Washington Street for more than three decades, may close for good.
The Department of Buildings has condemned 140 Fulton St. and ordered it torn down.
The chain of diners is looking to open at 150 Nassau St.
High-profile Spring Studios, slated to open at 50 Varick St., is having trouble winning over CB1.
Community boards for the two neighborhoods may join a multi-board task force in Midtown.
Neighbors' complaints convinced a CB1 committee to vote against a restaurant's bid for a liquor license.
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