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Sunset Park »

Time Inc. Signs Long-Term Lease For More Than 300 Employees in Sunset Park

The media company plans to move into a 55,000 square-foot space in Industry City at the end of the year.

Cobble Hill »

Battersby Restaurant Eyes New Carroll Gardens Location

The Cobble Hill eatery could be moving to a new Court Street location.

Red Hook »

Steve's Key Lime Pie to Relocate, Expand

The acclaimed pie shop will remain in Red Hook, owner Steve Tarpin says.

Battery Park City »

Mayor Bloomberg Says 9/11 Sphere Should Remain in Battery Park

Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Monday he believes the 9/11 sphere should remain in Battery Park.

Manhattan »

Life in Manhattan is Great, Survey Finds

More than 90 percent of Manhattan residents are satisfied with life in the city, a new survey finds.

Midtown & Theater District »

Midtown Beauty School Welcomes Students Displaced by Brooklyn Fire

Midtown's Empire Beauty School has opened its doors to more than 50 students displaced after a fire ravaged their Brooklyn location.

Midtown & Theater District »

World Famous Tattoo Studio Expanding in Midtown

Red Rocket Tattoo is will be moving up the block to a bigger Midtown location later this summer.

Midtown & Theater District »

MTA to Sell Madison Avenue Headquarters

The MTA is hoping the sale of its Madison Avenue headquarters will add at least $150 million to its coffers.

Manhattan »

Barclays Move Would Be Great For the City, Mayor Says

The banking giant has reportedly considered moving its headquarters from London to New York

Manhattan »

King Abdullah May Move ‘Ground Zero Mosque’ to St. Vincent’s Site, Report Says

A Saudi Arabian king is reportedly considering a plan to reopen St. Vincents hospital and build a mosque at the site.

Downtown »

Imam Says Moving Mosque Site Could Endanger National Security

Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf said he was concerned about the reactions of Muslim radicals if the mosque site is forced to move.

Manhattan »

Gay Men's Health Crisis Signs Lease for New Space Farther Uptown

The Gay Men's Health Crisis will relocate at the end of December.