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Street Closures Interactive Map Launched by City

A new interactive city map features planned street closures for construction and events.

Midtown & Theater District »

Lexington Avenue 4, 5, 6 Line Closed for Repairs at Night

The Lexington Avenue 4, 5 and 6 line will be partially closed for four nights beginning Monday at 10 p.m.

Downtown »

First Look Inside Asphalt Green's $55M Community Center in BPC

The community center in Battery Park City will open in the spring, officials said.

East Village & Lower East Side »

East Village Arts Group Raises $3K to Beautify Construction Sites

Fourth Arts Block raised $3K on Kickstarter to beautify construction sites with art.

Downtown »

Noose Found Hanging at 1 World Trade Center

Port Authority police are investigating a noose found hanging from the 1 World Trade Center.

Midtown & Theater District »

Porta-Potty Lookalike Shed Offers No Relief For Security Guard

Security Guard Raphel Sicheran says many passers-by mistake his shed for a portable toilet.

Downtown »

A Look Inside the 'Spectacular' $1.4B Fulton Street Transit Center

The Fulton Street Transit Center is scheduled to open in 2014.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Window Washer Critically Injured in Mercer Street Fall

A window washer suffered leg fractures in a fall from the third floor of 22 Mercer St. Thursday.

Midtown & Theater District »

Renovation of Buckingham Hotel Makes Life a 'Nightmare' for Elderly Tenants

Elderly residents say renovations at the Buckingham hotel are making them sick.

Downtown »

Double-Decker Pier 15 Opens on East River Waterfront in Financial District

Pier 15, at John and South streets, opened to the public Dec. 19, 2011.

Downtown »

The Future of Governors Island: What's Opening When?

Construction on a major overhaul of Governors Island's public spaces begins in early 2012.  

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Hotel Chelsea Residents Scuffle with Construction Workers, Police Say

Witnesses said several contractors working on the Hotel Chelsea renovation assaulted two residents.

Downtown »

New 'Urban Umbrella' Scaffold Leaks Rain on Mayor Bloomberg

A new scaffolding design was unveiled Wednesday, but was not waterproofed in time for a press conference.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Completion of High Line's Third Section Could be Fast Tracked

A proposal would open up the third section as soon as possible.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Tennis Lovers Deadlocked Over Inwood Hill Park Courts Reconstruction

Tennis aficionados and city officials remain divided over a plan to renovate Inwood's tennis courts.

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