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Chelsea »

Open House New York gives free public access to normally off-limits buildings Oct. 17-18.

Greenwich Village »

Remembering Robin Williams; meet Google's new parent company; live in an Upper West Side castle.

Central Harlem »

CoFound Harlem, the neighborhood's newest incubator, announced their first class in May.

Upper West Side »

Play Pac-Man on a map of your neighborhood streets courtesy of Google Maps.

Jamaica »

Cardholders can now check out Wi-Fi devices at several branches, including Jamaica and Forest Hills.

SoHo »

From Etsy to Warby Parker, companies are offering free meals as a way to aid productivity and happiness.

Rego Park »

Maker Camp, organized by Google and Maker Media, lets kids participate from their own home.

Chelsea »

Google wrapped a sign in rainbows outside of its Chelsea headquarters.

Civic Center »

Bill de Blasio's donors and past associates dominated a midday Google video chat with the mayor.

Chelsea »

The company leased more than 140,000 square feet on West 17th Street, according to reports. 

Civic Center »

An interactive mapping tool allows users to search for felony rates by address, zipcode, or street name.

Midtown »

Companies including Google made organizers sign non-disclosure agreements, angering the community board.

Chelsea »

A man drew an anti-Semitic symbol at the tech company's New York offices, police said.

Governors Island »

Governors Island broke ground on a new piece of public parkland called The Hills on Thursday.