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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.

Charleston »

City's Plan to Shrink School Proposed for Staten Island Angers Residents

Residents complained about the shrinking size of a planned public school in Charleston.

New York City »

How Small Businesses Can Get Help to Recover From Hurricane Sandy

DNAinfo.com New York rounded up ways for small business owners to get help after Hurricane Sandy.

New York City »

Startup Courier Company Connects Small Businesses Amid NYC Tech Boom

Startups like Zipments are flocking to NYC to take advantage of the city's tech boom.

Chelsea »

Parade of Boats Brings Vessels Large and Small to the Hudson River

Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance's Parade of Boats will bring dozens of ships to the harbor.

Greenpoint »

Brooklyn Food Makers Young and Sharing Spaces, Survey Shows

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

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