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Downtown Brooklyn »

MAP: See Where Downtown Brooklyn is Adding 1,200 Hotel Rooms

The neighborhood is nearly doubling its number of hotel rooms.

Chelsea »

Antiques Garage Merchants to Move Down Street to Make Room for Hotel

The flea market's vendors will be relocated after the garage's final weekend June 28 and 29.

Hudson Square »

Boutique Hotel With Italian Restaurant to Open in Hudson Square

Hotel Hugo will feature Italian furnishings and a rooftop bar with views of the Hudson River.

Long Island City »

Former Paper Factory Recycled Into New Hotel

The new Paper Factory Hotel maintained some of the former space's relics, like an old printing machine.

Long Island City »

Crowne Plaza Hotel Breaks Ground in Long Island City

The hotel at 25-10 42nd Rd. will have 224 rooms, a banquet hall, grand ballroom and rooftop bar.

Financial District »

Top Five Tips for Finding Cyber Monday Deals

DNAinfo New York has some advice for online shopping.

Jamaica »

Howard Johnson Joins Growing List of Hotels in Jamaica

The three-star hotel brought 60 additional rooms to the neighborhood.

Midtown »

Hotel Security Officer Set Fires Because He Hated Nighttime Crowds: FDNY

Mariano Barbosa, 30, set fires to scare office guests, hoping to lighten his workload, officials charge.

Midland Beach »

Checkout Date for Sandy Victims in Hotels Extended to August, FEMA Says

FEMA has extended a program that houses Sandy victims in hotels another 30 days.

Jamaica »

Sheraton Hotel Planned for Downtown Jamaica

The Four Points by Sheraton is one of two new hotels planned for the area.

Chelsea »

Former Highline Hotel Worker Hired at Swanky UES Hotel

The worker, one of many who did not meet the Highline's "criteria," is now working at a five-star hotel.

Chelsea »

Highline Hotel Breaks Promise to Re-Hire Workers Laid Off After Sandy

The Highline Hotel will not rehire more than a dozen workers despite promising to do so last year.

New York City »

Checkout Date for Sandy Victims Housed in Hotels Extended to May 1

FEMA extended the hotel checkout date for displaced residents to May 1.

Jamaica »

Jamaica Shakes Off Crime and Becomes 'Williamsburgish'

New housing and commercial projects contribute to the neighborhood’s ongoing revitalization.

New York City »

City Plans to Lure Tourists to Staten Island and Washington Heights

The city's tourism wing will encourage tourists to visit overlooked neighborhoods.

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