The Department of Transportation plans to begin making changes to the highly-congested 181st Street corridor.
Yeshiva University is reviving a plan to create a one-block public plaza beside its campus on West 185th Street.
Despite community objections, a CB12 committee voted in support of a modified license for La Esperanza Sports Bar.
Families would have to make less than $72,000 to qualify for apartments with cheaper rents in four proposed towers.
With skyscrapers on drawing board, officials will discuss land use issues in Upper Manhattan.
The city landmarks commission approved a plan to build a temporary pool pavilion at the High Bridge Recreation Center.
Police are working with the Washington Heights BID to clean up illegal street vending on West 181st Street.
After months of debate, Community Board 12's Traffic and Transportation committee plans to hold a bike lane forum in June.
The developer of the proposed Washington Heights skyscrapers laid out potential plans for Gorman Park.
A CB12 committee voted to recommend the Department of Transportation's suggested changes to intersections.
Ouva Wine Bar and Beer Garden won approval from Community Board 12 for its liquor license application.
The widow of Malcolm X may soon have a street corner named in honor of her work in upper Manhattan.
A group, which announced a plan to open a Brazilian eatery last year, allegedly owes $8,000 in back rent.
A housing forum will be held on May 5 in order to address problems with landlords in Upper Manhattan.
The Department of Transportation said it would work with Community Board 12 to implement safety changes to the area.
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