An installation artist needs $10,000 to begin a long-planned refurbishment of the Brooklyn fixture.
The $325,000 exhibit and visitors center will showcase the Lower East Side synagogue's history.
The Landmarks Preservation Commission denied a request to raze two landmarked buildings in the E. 60s.
The new district covers a 12-block stretch from East 79th to East 91st streets.
The owner said she plans to take a break and wants to take a road trip with her dog.
The owners of Colonia Verde at 219 DeKalb Ave. want to rehang the 1970s-era sign.
About 10 firefighters suffered minor injuries in a four-alarm fire on W. 76th Street near Central Park.
Residents of an East 68th Street building are opposing a plan to build out an adjacent courtyard.
Residents said they feared the 1,000-person event space would bring traffic and noise to the area.
Preservationists want to prevent Town & Village Synagogue on East 14th Street from being demolished.
A nonprofit wants to turn the Bronx landmark into housing if the city decides not to demolish it.
Residents and Community Board 7 railed against the new penthouse plan Monday night.
The map-making project will hopefully get more members of the community involved.
The Landmarks Preservation Commission voted to designate the carousel a New York City landmark.
Bialystoker Home for the Aged on East Broadway became a landmark, which means it cannot be demolished.
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