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Central Harlem »

Ceremony Honors Man Who Wanted to Turn His Historic Home Into a Gallery

Frank Hall purchased the Will Marion Cook House on Strivers' Row but died before finishing renovations.

Richmond Town »

Fire in Historic Staten Island Home Treated as Suspicious, Official Says

The fire destroyed the roof of the Kruser-Finley House, built in 1790.

Upper West Side »

Rubble Falls From Landmarked Building on Upper West Side

No one was injured when the debris plummeted onto Amsterdam Avenue Tuesday morning, officials said.

Prince's Bay »

Owner Sued For Neglecting Historic Home and Blaming Damage on Sandy

The city said a Staten Island homeowner failed to make repairs, then blamed Sandy for damage.

Murray Hill »

Three Workers Hurt in Ceiling Collapse on Lexington Avenue

Three workers were hurt at 160 Lexington Ave., a landmarked building in Murray Hill, the FDNY said.

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