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Lower East Side »

Essex Street Market Vendors Forced to Close Amid Dwindling Foot Traffic

Vendors say the city hasn't done enough to promote the space and want someone else to manage the market.

Stapleton »

City Seeks Plans to Increase Waterfront Access in Stapleton

The city released an RFP for the second and third phase of the Stapleton Waterfront Project last week.

Battery Park City »

How to Get Grant Money and Other Benefits for Your Business

Millions of dollars in grants and other benefits are available to small businesses.

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.

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