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Upper East Side »

Hospital for Special Surgery Eyes Expansion on UES Manufacturing Block

The Hospital for Special Surgery is proposing a 13-story building on East 73rd Street near the FDR.

Yorkville »

Liquor Licenses Latest Weapon Against Bad Biking by Deliverymen

An UES eatery saw its beer and wine license denied after a deliveryman was seen riding on the sidewalk.

Upper East Side »

Tennis Club Gets Six Extra Weeks in Park After Buying $200K Air Conditioner

A private tennis club's season was extended on public parkland because of an A/C unit, officials said.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Two-Way Bike Lane Rolling into Central Park

A two-way bike lane will be installed along Terrace Drive, which crosses the park at 72nd Street.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Plans Rejected by Community Board

A community board voted down Memorial Sloan-Kettering's outpatient center on York Avenue and 61st Street.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Luxe High-Rise Owner Cited for Locking Community Out of Public Plaza

A plaza at 303 E. 83rd St., supposed to be open to the public, has been locked for more than a year.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Crumbling East 81st Street Pedestrian Bridge Set for Makeover

The city is planning to replace the pedestrian bridge spanning the FDR to the East River at 81st Street.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Fines Against Electric Bikes Could Double Under Pol's Plan

Councilwoman Jessica Lappin will introduce legislation Wednesday to raise electric bike fines to $1,000.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Second Avenue Subway Blasting to Move From 72nd to 86th Street

As blasting and drilling winds down at 72nd Street, the Second Ave. subway gears up for 86th Street.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Walkers Want Cyclists to Dismount on East 78th Street Footbridge

Upper East Siders want the DOT to install "Walk Bike" signs on the new East 78th Street footbridge.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Met Museum's $60M Plaza Would Be an Unwelcome 'Hangout,' Neighbors Say

Residents blasted the Met's plans to add 400 chairs and 100 tables at its Fifth Avenue entrance.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Whitney Museum Owes $160K in Back Taxes, Says Check's in the Mail

The Whitney owes the city nearly $160K in taxes and fees but insists the check is in the mail.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Rafael Barrios Brings His Trippy Op Art Sculptures to Park Ave.

Op Art sculptures by Venezuelan artist Rafael Barrios will line Park Ave. from E. 53rd to 67th streets.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Landlord Wants to Raze Landmarked Walk-Ups For New High-Rises

Stahl wants to raze two of the City and Suburban First Avenue Estate buildings.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Yoga-Loving Seniors Reach Park Peace Accord Over Exercise Equipment

John Jay Park's yoga-loving seniors reached accord on plans for exercise equipment geared to adults.

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