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Midtown »

Carnegie Deli Shuttered Over Illegal Gas Hookup

The classic deli was shuttered due to an illegal gas line, ConEdison confirmed. 

Greenwich Village »

Village Eatery to Close Amid Rent Hike and Construction Woes, Owner Says

Grano Trattoria will close at the end of April after 17 years in business.

Midtown East »

Crane Fatally Crushes Construction Company Owner at Midtown Site: Officials

Trevor Loftus, owner of a masonry construction company was killed about 11:44 a.m., officials said. 

SoHo »

East Village Explosion Renews SoHo Residents' Fear of Fire Escape Removal

The FDNY is concerned about the potential removal of fire escapes from two Greene Street buildings.

Clinton Hill »

City Approves Demolition of Popular Clinton Hill Grocery Store

The city gave the go-ahead to demolish the one-story structure at 325 Lafayette Ave.

Meatpacking District »

Man Dies In Collapse At Pastis Construction Site, Police Say

A 22-year-old construction worker died after a structural collapse at 19 Ninth Ave., police said.

Midtown »

4 Workers Hurt in Partial Collapse Near Grand Central, FDNY Says

The workers were covered in debris after falling about one floor, the FDNY said.

Greenwich Village »

Caffe Dante to Be Replaced by Small Plates Restaurant With Raw Bar

Documents obtained by DNAinfo New York show plans for a highly stylized eatery from an AvroKO exec.

West Village »

Board Demands City Action After Woman is Killed by Flying Plywood

Community Board 2 wants the mayor to create a program like Vision Zero for the Department of Buildings.

SoHo »

Residents Fear Developer's Plan to Remove Greene Street Fire Escapes

Tenants in two SoHo buildings say their fire escapes are a necessity and part of the block's character.

West Village »

Woman Killed By Flying Plywood From West Village Construction Site: Police

A 4-by-8 piece of wood from The Greenwich Lane construction site hit the woman in the head, police said.

Civic Center »

City Turns 'Blind Eye' to Lethal Dangers in Homeless Shelters, Report Says

The Department of Investigation said that conditions at city shelters need immediate action. 

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Elevators Chronically Broken at 21-Story Home for Disabled, Residents Say

Residents are forced to climb dozens of flights of stairs during the breakdowns.

Astoria »

Developer Plans to Build Apartments With Terraces on Top of Astoria C-Town

Plans were filed with the DOB last month to build four stories of apartments on top of C-Town.

West Village »

PHOTOS: Former Landmark Building Demolished to Make Way for Condos

The former home of Veranda on Seventh Ave. South will be replaced by six stories of condos and retail.