The Howard Hughes Corporation's long-anticipated plans for the Seaport include a 50-story tower.
While the finished neighborhood will be “very different” from Times Square, the approach is similar.
East Harlem can be a biotech hub rivaling those in San Francisco and Boston, a group of scientists says.
Pier A needs another $5 million to move forward, but Comptroller John Liu rejected the funding plan.
The Economic Development Corporation will examine whether a second stop would make sense.
The pilot project will restore an estimated to 5 to 10 acres of wetlands from Saw Mill Creek Marsh.
The retailer is paying above market rent to lease a space on Broadway and 104th Street from the city.
Howard Hughes Corp. has until June 30 to stake its claim on the New Market and Tin buildings.
The West Thames Street pedestrian bridge is moving ahead after years of delays.
The 2-mile East River Waterfront Esplanade will be complete by 2014, officials said.
Several developers expressed interest in building housing, retail and community space at the site.
The city is beginning work on an upgrade to Springfield Gardens' water and sewer infrastructure.
Tenants of SPURA's former tenements will be given priority in new affordable housing to be built there.
The city is seeking "innovative" ideas to save crumbling underwater structures.
The multi-block development is making its way through the city's land-use reveiw process.
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