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.
Construction on both ends of the Gowanus means increased traffic congestion.
The design for 688 Broadway includes unusual terracotta "fins" on its façade.
UES locals worry the 81st Street pedestrian bridge's wire mesh looks like prison fencing.
The Met plans cut 280 chairs from the originally planned 400.
Work to replace pipes from the 1870s is cutting into foot traffic at West Village businesses.
A pole fell on North Sixth Street by Bedford Avenue Friday afternoon, causing a street closure.
A 31-unit building slated for Broadway will bring affordable housing and a Dollar Tree.
Robert Foster is suing his neighbor for demolishing part of his staircase.
The search for the family members of Winston Gillett, 67, is over.
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