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Long Island City »

Noise From Juice Cleanse Factory Is the Pits, Neighbors Say

BluePrint Juice is keeping Long Island City residents awake with after-hours work, they said.

Crown Heights »

Artisanal Manufacturing Space Planned for Atlantic Avenue Warehouse

A former auto parts warehouse will become a shared workspace for light manufacturers in Crown Heights.

Greenwich Village »

Blatt Billiards Closing Greenwich Village Factory After 70 Years

The pool table manufacturer gave DNAinfo New York a last look at its Downtown operations.

TriBeCa »

Detroit-Made Bikes and Watches Go on Sale at Shinola in TriBeCa

Shinola opened its first New York retail shop at 177 Franklin St., selling goods made in Detroit.

East Williamsburg »

Budget Cuts Threaten Future of Industrial Businesses in North Brooklyn

Some industrial businesses say the newest cuts could push them to New Jersey.

New York City »

Made in NYC: How Manufacturers Make Small Businesses Work in the City

The most successful small manufacturers create customized, premium products efficiently.

Greenpoint »

Brooklyn Food Makers Young and Sharing Spaces, Survey Shows

Most Brooklyn food makers share spaces to make products, a study shows.

Midtown & Theater District »

Garment District Residents Win Support for More Parking in Fashion Hub

Garment District locals received support from CB5 in their bid for more residential parking on 38th St.

Midtown & Theater District »

Diane von Furstenberg Says Mayor Bloomberg is 'Hot'

Designer Diane von Furstenberg joined Mayor Michael Bloomberg to celebrate Fashion Week Monday.

Midtown & Theater District »

Garment District Identity Crisis Plays Out In Parking Rules

A push to change parking regulations on 38th Street is a sign of changing times in the Garment District.

Midtown & Theater District »

Council Committee OKs Zoning Plan to Bring Life to the Fur District

The City Council's Land Use Committee voted Wednesay in favor of a plan to bring new life to Penn South's former Fur District.

Midtown & Theater District »

New Zoning Plan for Midtown Gets Green Light

Committee members voted unanimously in favor of the plan, but many had reservations about lost office space.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Flat-Footed Women Ditch Tupperware for $400 Heels

Alice Alan Shoes, handmade stylish heels for the city's problem feet, uses informal events to spread the word.

Midtown & Theater District »

City's New Zoning Plan Could Bring Life South of Penn Station

The new rules are intended to help transform the "Fur District" into a thriving, 24/7 neighborhood.

Midtown & Theater District »

Garment Center Hoping to Become Next Meatpacking District

The Fashion Center BID is hoping to attract new destination establishments to keep the streets alive at night.