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Downtown »

City Launches $5M Lower Manhattan Business Competition

Downtown businesses can compete for grants of up to $650,000 over the next three years.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Essex Street Market Could Move Across the Street

The Essex St. Market would move across Delancey Street under a plan being floated by the city.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Essex Street Market Future to be Discussed by Community Board

The famed Lower East Side market may be moved to make room for large development.

Manhattan »

New East River Ferry Service Gearing Up for June

A three-year pilot program connecting East 34th and Wall streets with Brooklyn and Queens is slated to start in June.

Downtown »

Ban Noisy Tourist Helicopters Downtown, Pols Say

Politicians are calling on the city end tourist flights from the Downtown Manhattan Heliport.

Manhattan »

Council Faces Off Over Controversial 'Living Wage' Bill

A hearing was held to consider whether developers who receive big city grants should pay workers higher wages.

Harlem »

Citarella Eviction From Disputed Harlem Site Upheld by Court

The state's appeals court ruled the city was right when it evicted Citarella from the former Taystee Bakery site.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Helicopter 'Cheat Sheet' Helps Identify Rogue Choppers

A flier shows pictures of helicopters so people can identify choppers that might be breaking the law.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

City Could Open Swath of East River Waterfront to the Public

Money has been allocated to study costs and challenges of opening the waterfront from East 38th to East 60th streets.

Harlem »

Embattled Corn Exchange Developer Will Fight for Harlem Landmark

Ethel Bates, 80, says developing a culinary school on the historic site is her priority.

Downtown »

City Seeks Ideas for Water Street Overhaul

The city wants to make the commercial corridor more pedestrian-friendly.

Downtown »

East River Waterfront Will Likely Open in May, City Says

The park between Maiden Lane and Wall Street, which includes a 4,300-square-foot dog run, opens in May.

Harlem »

Landmarked Corn Exchange Bank Building Could be Redeveloped

City officials want to hear proposals on how to redevelop the landmarked structure, which was built in Harlem in 1889.

Harlem »

East Harlem Merchants Want City to Speed Up Development Project

Business owners waiting for the city to take over their property for a new complex are ready to move on.

Harlem »

City Agrees to Give CB 9 a Say Over Citarella Site, Not Full Control

The city's Economic Development Corporation insists on making the final decision over the developer.

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