The blaze broke out around 1:25 a.m. and was brought under control about an hour later.
The cause was damage to underground wires, Con Ed said.
The building has been plagued with elevator problems, including 10 open violations, officials said.
William Dalambert was arrested Tuesday after crashing his Gray Line bus in Times Square, police said.
A man was hit by a southbound 1 train in Inwood ahead of Wednesday's morning rush, officials said.
A fire at the Abraham Lincoln Houses at 132nd Street and Madison Ave. injured a person, the FDNY said.
A private contractor was upgrading electrical equipment at a bridge building when he died, the MTA said.
A car flipped onto its side in a Hell's Kitchen crash Monday morning, witnesses said.
The fire erupted behind 251 Ginza Sushi, the FDNY said.
A fire broke out in an apartment on 92nd Street Friday morning, the FDNY said.
A scaffold shattered the window at 40 West 57th St., injuring three, police said.
No criminality is suspected, officials said.
The blaze at 10-39 51st St. left nine people injured, all of them first responders.
Service on the 2 and 5 lines between 149th Street and 180th Street partially resumed Tuesday afternoon.
Nearly 200 firefighters battled the Hunts Point fire for more than seven hours, the FDNY said.
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