Arunee Thai plans to open another outpost up the street.
The Department of Buildings has issued more than 300 after-hours permits for One57 in the past year.
The owner plans to appeal the decision, his lawyer said.
The owner of the Hopper-Gibbons House sued the city to keep a fifth-floor addition on the building.
U-Haul is hoping to get city permission to restore the Eagle Clothes sign to the Brooklyn skyline.
The DOB allowed after-hours construction work at 35 W. 15th St. for nearly 200 days out of the year.
Ad exec Jennifer Rosoff fell after a railing gave way at Stonehenge 57 at 400 E. 57th St., cops said.
Justin Holt went to great lengths to build a private — and likely illegal — pool on his balcony.
The Department of Buildings issued a vacate order for 17 Pike St. after pesticides exploded.
Residents at 500 Fourth Ave. were ordered to stay off their balconies after city inspectors found cracks.
The area around the tower was shut down Tuesday and Wednesday as crews dismantled it.
Michael Grimm said Staten Islanders worry about mold spreading from neighboring homes.
No one was injured when the debris plummeted onto Amsterdam Avenue Tuesday morning, officials said.
The Cliffs is looking to open in July. Its owner was recently probed by the Department of Investigations.
Airbnb, a popular site used to find short-term accommodations, is illegal under city laws, a judge ruled.
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