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Forest Hills »

Station Square Scaffold Hurting Forest Hills Businesses

Scaffolding, part of of the restoration of Station Square, has been up since 2004.

Upper West Side »

Worker Falls Down Shaft at Fordham University's Lincoln Center Site

A construction worker fell approximately four stories down an elevator shaft at 158 West 62nd Street.

New York City »

Construction on Washington Heights Span Expected to Create GWB Traffic Woes

Construction on the Alexander Hamilton Bridge is expected to create traffic woes for the GWB.

Financial District »

$48M Water Main Project To Tear Up Broadway for 4 Years

The project will affect Broadway between Ann and Rector streets in Lower Manhattan.

Civic Center »

African Burial Ground Closing This Month for Repairs

The historic African Burial Ground at Duane and Elk streets is closing for repairs on July 18.

Financial District »

Trinity Church Begins Urgent Repairs to 18th-Century Graveyard Wall

The Trinity Place wall is getting $1.8 million worth of work to stabilize it.

TriBeCa »

TriBeCa Homeless Shelter Begins $9M Expansion to Double in Size

The NYC Rescue Mission is building three additional stories at 90 Lafayette St.

Financial District »

Crane Carrying Beam Crashes Into 4 World Trade Center, Shattering Windows

A crane crash at the World Trade Center site is the second accident in two days.

Financial District »

Final Steel Beam Tops Off 4 World Trade Center

Four World Trade Center stands 977 feet tall and will open in the fall of 2013.

Midtown »

Scaffolding Struck by Truck Collapsed in Midtown

A truck reversing on West 38th Street struck scaffolding in Midtown Tuesday.

Financial District »

President to Mark WTC Progress With Downtown Visit

The president will be returning to the city next week to vist the World Trade Center site

Yorkville »

Second Avenue Businesses See Restaurant Week Boost Amid Subway Construction

Second Avenue Restaurant Week is aimed at helping restaurants struggling because of MTA construction.

New York City »

Construction Jobs Hit 13-Year Low, But Wages Expected to Hit All-Time High

Construction jobs were the lowest since 1999, but wages will soon top $70K, a report said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Extell Announces New 56-Story Hudson Yards Skyscraper

One Hudson Yards is currently looking to fill its 1.7 million square feet of office space.

East Harlem »

Wards Island Pedestrian Bridge to Open in June

The bridge connecting East 103rd Street in Manhattan to Wards Island will open after renovations.

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