The design for 688 Broadway includes unusual terracotta "fins" on its façade.
UES locals worry the 81st Street pedestrian bridge's wire mesh looks like prison fencing.
The Met plans cut 280 chairs from the originally planned 400.
Work to replace pipes from the 1870s is cutting into foot traffic at West Village businesses.
A pole fell on North Sixth Street by Bedford Avenue Friday afternoon, causing a street closure.
A 31-unit building slated for Broadway will bring affordable housing and a Dollar Tree.
Robert Foster is suing his neighbor for demolishing part of his staircase.
The search for the family members of Winston Gillett, 67, is over.
A new class at play space Apple Seeds' UWS location teaches toddlers construction skills.
Residents say the sidewalk dangerously narrows their street, making it hard for FDNY trucks to get by.
The High Line will open its third section to select visitors during two weekends in October.
Workers removed debris at a Fort Greene building collapse that left one man dead and two injured.
CB4 wants 20 percent of Durst's W57 development to be permanent affordable housing.
The developer asked a state court to force Village residents to allow construction on their building.
The four-story building at 420 Melrose St. became unstable because of nearby construction.
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