New construction at Williamsburg's burgeoning waterfront has caused a headache for stay-at-home parents.
The gallery's major overhaul is part of a larger mission to expand programming and fundraising efforts.
The BID would tax properties west of Ninth Avenue in exchange for a variety of services.
A group of workers claim that the Bedford-Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation fired them in retaliation.
Investment star Richard Handler says Spring Studios' plan will ruin his TriBeCa pad's panoramic view.
The 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, A, C, E, F, G, J, M, N, Q, R and S lines will be affected, the MTA said.
The MTA will require orange cones and safety harnesses at hazardous areas.
Community Board 8 will discuss a proposed revamp of 815 Fifth Ave. at its monthly meeting.
Neighbors said on-site compactors are keeping them up at night and polluting the air.
The state is encouraging women to apply for the $5 million construction project.
Contractors are set to work all night for four nights near the end of the month.
McCarren Park's softball field is fenced off for repairs, as are other sections of the park.
An East Village synagogue plans to bring in money by partially converting the building to apartments.
Hunters Point South will have watertight doors and rooftop emergency generators.
The pipe was sending water into at least one Clinton Hill resident's basement apartment.
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