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New York City »

Tips on Making Your Home a Quiet Sanctuary From City's Bustle

Experts weigh in on how to make New York apartments quiet sanctuaries from city noise.

Bushwick »

Man Hurt in Fall From Scaffolding, Officials Say

A man was injured when he fell from scaffolding on Putnam Avenue in Brooklyn, the FDNY said.

Williamsburg »

Demolition of Former Arts Building Threatens Cat Colony, Neighbors Say

Demolition has begun on the Williamsburg waterfront's former "Monster Island," where feral cats live. 

Upper East Side »

96th Street Library To Close for Six Months of Renovations

The 96th Street Library will close from January to July 2013.

Carroll Gardens »

Reopening of Smith-9th Street Station Delayed Until April 2013, MTA Says

Construction was delayed because of poor management by the contractor, among other issues, the MTA said.

Times Square & Theater District »

Work on Times Square Redesign Delayed by Months

The city has yet to hire a company to work on the overhaul.

Fort Greene »

Shady Firms Flagged by City Helped Build Barclays Center

Seven construction firms on the city's caution list worked on the Atlantic Yards project.

New York City »

Number of Stalled Construction Sites Increasing, Study Finds

The number of stalled construction sites in the city rose 17 percent since February, analysis shows.

Financial District »

Worker Hurt by Dislodged Pipe at 4 World Trade Center

The worker suffered minor injuries when an overhead pipe came loose.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Crane Collapses at Hell's Kitchen Worksite

A crane collapsed on West 38th Street on Monday morning, officials and witnesses said.

Astoria »

Cornell Tech Campus Will Bring Traffic and Pollution To Astoria, CB Says

Cars and trucks will have to cross the 36th Avenue Bridge to get to the campus.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Construction Worker Injured on Scaffolding on West 35th Street

The man was lowered by ropes to a waiting ambulance, the FDNY said.

Midtown »

Bryant Park Lawn Frozen for Free Ice Rink

Bryant Park has converted its pristine lawn to ice each fall for seven years. The rink opens Friday.

New York City »

Manhattan Construction Business Thrives on Word of Mouth

The owners of a construction business discuss the complications of working in Manhattan.

NoHo »

Vendors Dismayed to Learn NoHo Market Will Be Lost to Condo Construction

Vendors at the Broadway market say they haven't been notified they will need to leave.