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Lower East Side »

Olympic Restaurant Offers Half-Price Menu for Closing Day

The Delancey Street diner is closing after 35 years to make way for the Essex Crossing development.

Central Harlem »

Harlem Animal Hospital Owner Has a Heart for Helping Pets in Distress

Dr. Giovanna Kiani opened the hospital in April, and is organizing an adoption event for September.

Kingsbridge Heights »

Kingsbridge Armory Project on Thin Ice Amid Feud Among its Developers

The city has delayed signing a lease on the project due to infighting among developers, sources say.

St. George »

Lease Secured to Build $200M Development in St. George

Triangle Equities secured the lease to build the large, mixed-use development.

Tompkinsville »

City Seeks Plans to Redevelop Jersey Street Sanitation Garage

The city released a request seeking developers for the Sanitation garage on Jersey Street.

Greenpoint »

Free Shuttle Buses to Serve Ferry Riders Following Greenpoint Ramp Collapse

Shuttle buses will run in Greenpoint from 6:50 to 9:30 a.m. and 4:30 to 7:20 p.m.

Bloomfield »

City To Restore 68-Acres of Wetlands on Staten Island

The city has put out requests to restore 68-acres of wetlands at the Saw Mill Creek Marsh.

Concord »

City Announces Winners of Staten Island Storefront Competition

The city awarded $425,000 in grants to new businesses on the North Shore of Staten Island.

Crown Heights »

City Seeks Central Brooklyn Test Kitchen After 3rd Ward Closes

The city is seeking ideas for a culinary incubator in Brooklyn, after other plans fell through.

Hudson Square »

Hudson Square Receives $27M for Streetscape Improvements

Sidewalks, parks and other outdoor spaces will be revamped as part of the project.

Midtown East »

Floating Paths and Amphitheater Coming to East River Esplanade, City Says

The city released renderings of a new esplanade proposed for the East River waterfront.

Willowbrook »

Abandoned Staten Island Poorhouse to Be Developed Into Senior Community

The city announced a deal with a developer to turn the Farm Colony into a senior residential community.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Electronic Music Fest Cuts Concerts After City Denies Permits

The five-night "Pier of Fear" fest was slashed to three nights and had to refund tickets.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Hudson Yards' $328M Tax Breaks Are Bad Deal for City, Budget Office Says

The city approved 20-year tax breaks on two Hudson Yards buildings on Tuesday.

Crown Heights »

Test Kitchen Space at 1000 Dean in Limbo After 3rd Ward Closure in Bushwick

Sources close to 1000 Dean say there's anxiety but few answers about anchor tenant 3rd Ward. 

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