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.
Hashi Sushi, recently operating as NoVvo, was denied a renewal of its liquour license on Tuesday.
The yet-unnamed craft beer bar at 4740 Broadway is set to open by Thanksgiving, owners said.
The popular Mexican restaurant closed on July 29, slightly more than a year after opening.
Cavala Cafe's liquor license was temporarily suspended after minors bought alcohol there, the SLA said.
The 12-seat cafe is the fourth outdoor eating space on this stretch of Dyckman Street.
The pedestrian plaza is planned for Parsons Boulevard between Jamaica and Archer avenues.
Planet Fitness and Blink Fitness are joining Uptown institution J's Big Gym.
The chain is looking at locations in Jamaica and Jackson Heights.
The Jamaica Performing Arts Center is often closed because it needs funds and can't attract events.
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