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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. 

Long Island City »

Queens Nonprofit Gets $92K Grant for Environmental Education Program

Riis Settlement House will use the funds to start an environmental science initiative for kids.

Central Harlem »

Harlem Shared Working Space Set to Open

Business incubator Harlem Garage provide a place for entrepreneurs to network and grow their businesses.

Lower East Side »

MTA Willing to Discuss Land Transfer for 'Lowline' Park, Founders Say

The Lowline is a proposed subterranean park in an abandoned trolley terminal on the Lower East Side.

Stapleton »

City to Give $425K in Prizes to New Staten Island Businesses

The city will open a new business incubator and give out cash prizes to retail renters.

East Harlem »

East Harlem Artists Stage Performance Protest Outside Closed Theater

City officials said they would soon begin leasing space at Julia de Burgos Latino Cultural Center.

Stapleton »

Officials Break Ground on Staten Island Development at Former Navy Base

The first part of the mixed-use Stapleton Waterfront Development will open in 2015, officials said.

Bloomfield »

City Seeks Developers to Restore Staten Island Marsh

The pilot project will restore an estimated to 5 to 10 acres of wetlands from Saw Mill Creek Marsh.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

7 Train Extension to New Jersey Backed by New Study

The study commissioned by the city found that an extension to Secaucus could be feasible.

Washington Heights »

Community Board 12 Seeks to Curb Uptown Helicopter Noise

CB12 passed a resolution asking for helicopter traffic restricted to the center of the Hudson.

Long Island City »

LIC's Entrepreneur Space is 'Adopted' by Martha Stewart

The Queens business incubator is home to over 165 start-up companies.

Central Harlem »

Locals Fear 125th Street Garage Redevelopment Plan Mired in Politics

Some local leaders say the state may be playing politics with the proposal.

Times Square & Theater District »

Marriott Marquis' 'Sweetheart Deal' Could Cost Taxpayers $350M, Liu Says

Comptroller and mayoral candidate John Liu called on the city to renegotiate its lease with the hotel.

Long Island City »

East River Ferry Service to Stay Afloat Through 2019

Originally a three-year pilot program, the city hopes to continue the service until at least 2019.

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