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Long Island City »

Assemblywoman Cathy Nolan took aim at one of the spots the city is considering for a future ferry dock.

Fort Greene »

City resources should go to housing that will be permanently affordable, according to a new paper.

Long Island City »

The new dock will either be on Center Boulevard at the north end of Gantry Park, or on 44th Drive.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

A section of Hudson Yards Park and Boulevard will open to the public on Friday, its developers say. 

SoHo »

Daniil Frants, 16, used Google Glass to come up with a gadget to help deaf people follow conversations.

Long Island City »

The expansion will complete the park, the first portion of which opened in summer 2013.

Rockaway Park »

The city is looking into boats that can operate in extreme cold while planning the five-borough ferry.

High Bridge »

A 57-block stretch of The Bronx along Jerome Ave. near E. 167th Street could be renamed Cromwell-Jerome.

Civic Center »

In a report, the Comptroller accuses the economic development organization of lax oversight.

Far Rockaway »

A job fair was set for Wednesday, March 26, at P.S. 30 in Far Rockaway.

Willets Point »

The EDC voted to approve tax breaks for the developers on Tuesday.

Willets Point »

A large warehouse in Hunts Point could be the future home of 60 auto body shops from Willets Point.

Rockaway Beach »

The city now says the project "could last a few years."

Corona »

The auto body owners and workers at Willets Point are fighting plans for eviction.

Astoria »

The Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance is starting a grassroots movement to bring a ferry stop to Astoria.