The opening of Brendan Straw's new restaurant have some readers worried of the impact on the area.
Community Board 12 will vote on an application for a large restaurant at Dyckman St. and Sherman Ave.
Cavala Cafe is facing 17 charges, including misrepresenting aspects of the business.
The State Liquour Authority voted against an application for a new venue at 261 Dyckman St.
The board is looking at a number of changes to help meetings run more smoothly.
Coltown Properties is replacing eight small businesses in Washington Heights after buying the property.
A two-way protected bike lane was recently added to the street, reducing the number of driving lanes.
The new establishment at 3964 10th Ave. was proposed by the team behind Made in Mexico a few doors down.
The 34th Precinct police declined to object to the nightclub's liquor license renewal.
Street names are usually bestowed as a posthumous honor.
The DOT wants to reduce each avenue from four to two lanes of traffic and add bike lanes.
The Sanitation Department may reinstate twice-weekly street cleanings.
Sutton Management applied for 421a, a tax exemption for buildings with 20 percent affordable units.
The trees need to be removed because they are dead or pose a threat to public safety, the agency said.
Cairo, at 400 W. 202nd St., would open on a corridor that currently counts five similar nightclubs.
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