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Midtown East »

The United Nations Apartment Hotel could be replaced by a new 3-story building, city records show.

Corona »

There were 13 kids and 14 adults living in a two-family Corona home until this week, the DOB said.

Morris Park »

The current cluster was first discovered on Sept. 21 in The Bronx, according to the Health Department.

Midtown »

The drill fell on West 30th Street, near Sixth Avenue, officials said.

Hamilton Heights »

Residents have been living in homeless shelters waiting for the landlord to make repairs.

Mott Haven »

Building owners were required to register cooling towers in the wake of the Legionnaires' outbreak.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Owner of blighted Ninth Ave. is gaming the system, advocates say.

Jamaica »

The building will feature 23 apartment units. 

Bed-Stuy »

The wall collapsed on Myrtle Avenue near Franklin Avenue, killing a 19-year-old, officials said.  

Greenwich Village »

The IFC movie theater is doubling its capacity.

Bed-Stuy »

Architect Charles Mallea is designing at least three residential projects along the corridor.

Midtown »

Six of the eight deaths so far this year happened at non-union construction sites, officials say.

Rego Park »

The bus slammed into a building at Woodhaven Boulevard and 63rd Avenue Monday, injuring six people.

Greenpoint »

The man was injured at 50 Eagle St., near Franklin Street, FDNY officials said.

Rego Park »

A bus slammed into a house at the intersection of Woodhaven Boulevard and 63rd Avenue Monday.