Urban rustic is all the rage in restaurant design. Beyond the antlers, what's next?
The Upper West Side school opted to stop giving out free toys, parents said.
A green fashion show at the Tesla Motors dealership will feature clothes by designer Ashley McAleavy .
The Durst Organization plans to compost waste from 1,350 apartments.
A new concession stand with live roof was lowered into Brooklyn Bridge Park by crane.
Glenn Close, Coco Rocha, Aviva Drescher and Lauren Bush-Lauren all bid at Christie's Green Auction.
While the city is widely considered an environmental leader, its recycling efforts lag behind.
The city kicks off Christmas tree recycling from Jan. 2-14, with curbside pickup and dropoff options.
The eco-friendly festival Ecofest has been rescheduled for this coming weekend, but may not be powered by renewable energy.
The City Council passed new legislation Thursday to encourage local farming and urban markets through the city.
While other boroughs are criticizing the city's tree-planting blitz, Midtown residents say it needs to branch into West 54th, 55th and 56th Streets.
The Change by Us NYC campaign hopes to connect people with eco-friendly ideas to city agencies that will help them bring them into reality.
After scrapping plans for rooftop solar panels, a fuel cell will provide more than enough electricity to power City Hall.
To celebrate Earth Day, DNAinfo talked to three Manhattan businesses stepping up their efforts to go green.
The China Center's 200,000-square-foot space is scheduled to open in 2014.
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