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Owners of Shuttered Rooftop Bar at Hotel Indigo Sue for Breach of Contract

China Latina sued the Hotel Indigo after cops shut down their rooftop bar for not having a permit.

Upper East Side »

Widow Uses Bigwig Investor's $22M Estate Like Piggy Bank, Suit Claims

The daughter of an Upper East Side investor said his widow siphons more than $50,000-a-month.

Concourse »

Yankees and StubHub Agree to Settlement

The Yankees sued the online ticket exchange to block a pick-up center just steps from the stadium.

Gramercy »

Animal Rescuer Sues 'Crazy Cat Lady' For Refusing to Return Her Tabbies

The lawsuit claims the felines were kept in an "unhealthful environment" in Gramercy.

New York City »

Manhattan DA Probed Pay-to-Play Scheme Involving Pols, Contractor Arrested

A contractor was busted for trying to give cash to a city councilwoman in exchange for her support.

New York City »

Witness at the Center of Malcolm Smith Bribery Case Owes $126M to Citigroup

Moses "Mark" Stern, a real estate investor, cooperated with the feds to take down Malcolm Smith.

Chelsea »

HuffPo Founder Arianna Huffington Accused of Wrecking Chelsea Pad

Arianna Huffington is being sued for allegedly wrecking the Chelsea apartment she leased.

Heartland Village »

Muslim Man and Daughter Thrown Out of Staten Island Apple Store, Suit Says

A Muslim father and daughter are suing Apple, accusing its employees of religious discrimination.

Yorkville »

Yorkville High-Rise Sues MTA Again Over Second Avenue Subway Entrances

Yorkshire Towers, located at 315 E. 86th Street, doesn't want the MTA to install two midblock entrances.

West Village »

Charles Street Condo Tower Sales Top $557M as DNAinfo Gets Sneak Peek

The 16-story building will have a stone-lined lap pool and 40,000 square feet of private outdoor space.

South Street Seaport »

Seaport Restaurateur Sues Pier 17 Developer Over Eviction After Sandy

The owners of the Seaport Cafe have sued developer Howard Hughes for forcing them out of Pier 17.

Upper East Side »

Upper East Side Caterer Called Her Workers 'Dirty Mexicans', Lawsuit Says

A new lawsuit alleges that the owner of Maria & Lorenzo's kitchen used racial and sexual slurs.

Gramercy »

Players Club In Danger of Closing, Finance Report Says

Debts are piling up at the famed Players Club as members call for a change in leadership.

New York City »

Gulp! Bloomberg's Large Soda Ban Fizzles

A state judge knocked down Mayor Michael Bloomberg's ban on large sugary drinks.

Greenpoint »

Tenants Sue Landlord With Hundreds of Building Violations in Greenpoint SRO

The 1109 Manhattan Ave. tenants say they've lived years with broken toilets, mold and lack of heat.