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Williamsburg »

McCarren Park Fully Reopens After Months of Repairs

A $930,000 project building new paths and drains and adding landscaping and benches is complete.

East Village »

Planned East Village High-Rise Could Disturb the Dead, Preservationists Say

Groups say bodies from Old St. Patrick's Cathedral Cemetery could still be under shuttered EV church.

Midtown East »

Back-to-Back Projects to Cause Sutton Place 'Nightmare,' Neighbors Say

A three-year construciton project is slated to begin at 58th Street in July.

Times Square & Theater District »

Two New Times Square Hotels Set to Open by End of 2014

citizenM is slated to open this fall, and a new Hampton Inn is expected to be completed in December 2014.

Carroll Gardens »

Commuters Celebrate Reopening of Smith-9th Street F/G Train Stop

The Smith-9th Street subway station reopened Friday morning, to the relief of straphangers.

Cobble Hill »

De Blasio Demands Investigation of Cobble Hill Charter School

Public Advocate Bill de Blasio has called for an examination of Success Academy Cobble Hill.

Chelsea »

Folsom East Fetish Festival Canceled Due to Construction

Organizers hope the fetish festival will return to city streets in 2014.

Carroll Gardens »

Smith-9th Street Subway Station Reopens April 26

The station will reopen on Friday, April 26 at 10:30 a.m.

Chelsea »

New Program Gives Free Job Training and Placement to NYCHA Residents

Building Skills NY aims to train hundreds of workers in construction and building maintenance.

Red Hook »

Ex-Dominatrix Learns New Tricks to Open Red Hook Restaurant

Erin Norris, a former dominatrix, started a Kickstarter project to open Grindhaus, a Red Hook restaurant.

Boerum Hill »

Locals Want Clean and Safe Communal Space at New Boerum Hill Playground

P.S. 261 started construction on their schoolyard last month.

Williamsburg »

Williamsburg Construction Boom Ruining Babies' Naps and Walks, Moms Say

New construction at Williamsburg's burgeoning waterfront has caused a headache for stay-at-home parents.

Long Island City »

LIC's SculptureCenter Expands into Neighboring Lot

The gallery's major overhaul is part of a larger mission to expand programming and fundraising efforts.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Hudson Yards Business Improvement District Proposed for Far West Side

The BID would tax properties west of Ninth Avenue in exchange for a variety of services.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy Workers Fired For Reporting Unsafe Conditions, Lawsuit Says

A group of workers claim that the Bedford-Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation fired them in retaliation.

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