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Upper East Side »

UES Community Board to Weigh Fate of Landmark Building on Fifth Avenue

Community Board 8 will discuss a proposed revamp of 815 Fifth Ave. at its monthly meeting.

Chelsea »

Former Barneys Warehouse Demolition Spews Noise and Dust, Neighbors Say

Neighbors said on-site compactors are keeping them up at night and polluting the air. 

Greenpoint »

State Seeks Female Hard Hats to Rebuild Kosciuszko Bridge

The state is encouraging women to apply for the $5 million construction project.

NoHo »

Overnight Construction Set to Rattle East Houston Street

Contractors are set to work all night for four nights near the end of the month.

Williamsburg »

McCarren Park Construction Delays Williamsburg Softball League Season

McCarren Park's softball field is fenced off for repairs, as are other sections of the park.

East Village »

Architect Plays Game of Spot the Orange Pole on the East Village Synagogue

An East Village synagogue plans to bring in money by partially converting the building to apartments.

Long Island City »

City Breaks Ground on First Waterfront Development After Sandy

Hunters Point South will have watertight doors and rooftop emergency generators.

Clinton Hill »

Sewer Pipe From 1860s Replaced on Washington Avenue in Clinton Hill

The pipe was sending water into at least one Clinton Hill resident's basement apartment.

Midtown »

Man Injured After Falling Off Fifth Avenue Scaffolding, FDNY Says

The man suffered a head injury after falling off a scaffold at 475 Fifth Avenue, near 41st Street.

Astoria »

Neighbors Say Construction of Medical Facility Endangers Their Homes

Neighbors say the construction of an eight-story medical facility on 31st Street is ruining their homes.

Forest Hills »

Forest Hills Subway Station Project Is Taking Too Long, Some Residents Say

A construction project at the Forest Hills subway station will bring new elevators and staircases.

Long Island City »

Crane Operator Suspended for Overloading Rig in Queens Collapse

The crane was trying to lift too much weight before it collapsed in Long Island City, officials said.

Corona »

CB Tries to Put Brakes on Two-Year Street Closure to Build New School

A plan to close 44th Avenue for two years to build a school was rejected on Tuesday.

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.

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