The owner of a Chelsea house used in the network that helped slaves escape sued the city
Investment star Richard Handler says Spring Studios' plan will ruin his TriBeCa pad's panoramic view.
The Department of Buildings has condemned 140 Fulton St. and ordered it torn down.
Officials from Con Ed said signficant repairs needed to be made to the building's gas system.
Residents were left in a freezing building, facing a cold night that saw temps dip to 29 degrees.
Three men fell about 25 or 30 feet from a steel frame at the site, on Third Avenue and Third Street.
Neighbors said on-site compactors are keeping them up at night and polluting the air.
Neighbors complain that two abandoned homes on New Dorp Lane are in danger of collapsing.
David Boyle and wife Michele Bertomen fought for years to erect their home on Keap Street.
The Hopper-Gibbons House's owner may go to court to fight ruling from city board.
The man suffered a head injury after falling off a scaffold at 475 Fifth Avenue, near 41st Street.
New York City issued a public notice Saturday alerting three homeowners they'd face losing their houses.
A two-story home at 176 St. Mary's Ave. is leaning toward its neighbor, officials said.
The collapse occurred at the construction site of a luxury high-rise Jan. 9, injuring seven workers.
Suzanne Hart's father is suing Transel Elevator and Electric and its employees over her death.
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