Experts weigh in on how to make New York apartments quiet sanctuaries from city noise.
A man was injured when he fell from scaffolding on Putnam Avenue in Brooklyn, the FDNY said.
Demolition has begun on the Williamsburg waterfront's former "Monster Island," where feral cats live.
The 96th Street Library will close from January to July 2013.
Construction was delayed because of poor management by the contractor, among other issues, the MTA said.
The city has yet to hire a company to work on the overhaul.
Seven construction firms on the city's caution list worked on the Atlantic Yards project.
The number of stalled construction sites in the city rose 17 percent since February, analysis shows.
The worker suffered minor injuries when an overhead pipe came loose.
A crane collapsed on West 38th Street on Monday morning, officials and witnesses said.
Cars and trucks will have to cross the 36th Avenue Bridge to get to the campus.
The man was lowered by ropes to a waiting ambulance, the FDNY said.
Bryant Park has converted its pristine lawn to ice each fall for seven years. The rink opens Friday.
The owners of a construction business discuss the complications of working in Manhattan.
Vendors at the Broadway market say they haven't been notified they will need to leave.
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