Howard Hughes Corporation's plan to redevelop the Seaport is now online.
Howard Hughes Corporation wants to build a tower, a market and a marina in the South Street Seaport.
Howard Hughes reduced its proposed skyscraper more than 100 feet, but that's not enough, officials said.
Curling lessons are held every Wednesday through December at the Seaport's seasonal ice rink.
The "Out to See" Festival will run weekends through Nov. 23, and the Seaport's ice rink opens Nov. 15.
The market, located for years on South Street, recently moved indoors and will return with more vendors.
The Seaport International Food & Film Festival kicks off July 24 with a movie and food from Sweden.
A dance party that relies on music pumped through headphones is coming to the Seaport July 19.
The longtime outdoor market will not return to South Street to finish its season, its founder said.
A working group asked Howard Hughes for a shorter building, plus new open spaces and bike paths.
The Pier 17 mall, a longtime Seaport fixture, will soon be completely torn down, along with the pier.
The new trucks, including Thai fusion Sweet Chili and The Milk Truck, will be open for the summer.
Alternative bands will play on Fulton Street each Friday night from July 11 through Aug. 29.
Smorgasbar won't return, but a lineup of food trucks and events is on the way to the Seaport.
Howard Hughes Corporation is submitting its development plans to a community task force.
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