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Greenwich Village »

City Takes Over 75 Morton St. to Build New Middle School

The city is converting 75 Morton St. to a new middle school, which will open in 2017.

Central Harlem »

Controversial Group Home in Luxe Harlem Building a Success, Organizers Say

Four developmentally disabled men share a $550,000 condo at Savoy West on Lenox Avenue in Harlem.

West Village »

Two New Middle Schools Could Be on the Way to West Village Building

The School Construction Authority wants to create middle school seats at 75 Morton St.

Harlem »

Plan to House Disabled Men in Luxe Condos is Cut Back

A group trying to find a Harlem home for disabled men has shrunk its bid for space amid opposition.

Harlem »

Plan to House Disabled Men in Luxe Condos Rejected Again

Community Board 10 said they wanted reconsider their objection to the plan by Community Options.

Harlem »

Community Board Reconsiders Objection to Placing Group Home in Luxe Condos

CB 10 will reexamine its 2008 moratorium against "special interest" housing in Harlem.

Harlem »

Plan to Put Group Home in Lenox Ave. Luxe Condos Fought by Community Board

Community Options, however, says CB 10 is suffering from a case of "Not in My Backyard."