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South Street Seaport »

Beloved South Street Seaport Woodcarver Faces Eviction

Sal Polisi has had a woodcarving shop for 30 years at the South Street Seaport Museum.

TriBeCa »

Acclaimed Masa Chef Brings Upscale Japanese Cuisine to TriBeCa

Tetsu, at 78 Leonard St., is scheduled to open by January 2013.

Civic Center »

New School Crossing Sign Coming to Dangerous Beekman Street Within Days

The city plans to install a new crossing sign on Beekman Street between William and Gold streets.

Financial District »

Barricades Around Wall Street Bull Endanger Pedestrians, Residents Say

The barricades around the "Charging Bull" sculpture have been up for nearly nine months.

Battery Park City »

No Party Boats at Pier A, Battery Park City Residents Say

Residents don't want the historic Pier A to turn into a tourist destination.

Battery Park City »

Battery Park City School Opens Extra Kindergarten to Take Waitlisted Kids

P.S. 276 will open a fifth section of kindergarten in the fall of 2012, staff said.

South Street Seaport »

Food Fight Brewing Over New Amsterdam Market's Future

New Amsterdam market wants to expand into South Street Seaport buildings, but developers don't want it.

TriBeCa »

Italian Bar With $4,000 Bottles of Wine by the Glass Coming to TriBeCa

Mulino a Vino is opening at 279 Church St. with a sampling of high-end wines including a $4,000 bottle.

South Street Seaport »

Eatery Opening in Former Yankee Clipper Space Despite Residents' Concerns

Some residents of 170 John St. worry the new restaurant will bring noise and crowds to their block.

Financial District »

Wider Sidewalks Will Keep Pedestrians Safe at Wall Street Bull, City Says

The city plans to add new pedestrian plazas to Whitehall and State streets.

Downtown »

Thousands Register for $2.8B 9/11 Compensation Fund

So far more than 4,500 people have registered for a stake in the $2.8 billion Victim Compensation Fund.

Downtown »

World Trade Center Sphere Leaving Battery Park By End of April

The sculpture damaged in 9/11 will go into storage at JFK Airport, officials said.

Downtown »

Popular Downtown Schools Waitlist Nearly 100 Children

Four of Downtown's five zoned elementary schools have kindergarten waitlists, school staff said.

Downtown »

Chef Michael White Plans 'Butterfly' Supper Club in TriBeCa

Michael White, known for haute Italian cuisine, will serve up American food in TriBeCa.

Downtown »

WTC Security Plan Would Cripple Drivers, Cabbies Say

Taxi drivers and residents spoke at a hearing about the proposal.