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.
The WHIN Music Program hopes to expand its reach by opening a K-5 elementary school.
The DOT wants to designate a slow zone in Hudson Heights and install a crosswalk on Bennett Avenue.
The 123-seat venue at 5060 Broadway got the approval of CB12's liquor license committee.
The New York Cycle Club said the paths need to be doubled from about 7 to 14 feet to meet demand.
Mia Sushi and Steakhouse will close at 3 a.m. rather than 4 a.m. under the board's decision.
Cavala Cafe's owner indicated at a State Liquour Authority hearing that he would soundproof the space.
The Mexican restaurant shuttered its Inwood storefront in July and will reopen on 181st St. in February.
Community Board 12 voted to renew Apt. 78's liquor license after a show of support from the community.
Top stories this week include a dead bear cub, affordable apartments and late-night dining options.
Residents of 2360 Amsterdam Ave. said that the building is not suitable for people with disabilities.
Beans and Vines will open a new location on Broadway with nearly triple its current space.
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