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Flatiron »

Shake Shack Rehab Could Damage Madison Square Park Trees, Plan Shows

A tree protection plan shows that London plane trees will suffer during the rehab.

Upper East Side »

Drug Treatment Center Eyeing 79th Street Location

Safe Harbor, which maintains a residential facility in the Hamptons, wants to open a local outpost.

Greenpoint »

Landlord Evicts Formerly Homeless Tenants From Decrepit Clay Street House

After letting the building fall into disrepair, the landlord of 66 Clay St. is kicking out tenants.

Upper East Side »

81st Street Pedestrian Bridge Design Looks Like 'Prison Yard,' Critics Say

UES locals worry the 81st Street pedestrian bridge's wire mesh looks like prison fencing.

Far Rockaway »

Rehabbed Far Rockaway Station Features Colorful Glass Art

Straphangers using the ‘A’ train at Far Rockaway-Mott Avenue just got a newly rehabbed station. 

Washington Heights & Inwood »

WaHi Cops Accused of Drinking on Duty Ordered to Rehab

Two detectives were ordered to an upstate facility after the alleged incident at Parrilla restaurant.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Admitted Columbia Pot Dealer Gets 1 Year in Drug Rehab

Christopher Coles, 21, will spend a year in inpatient drug treatment under a deal reached in drug court that will spare him from jail time.

Manhattan »

Singer Amy Winehouse Found Dead in London at 27

Singer Amy Winehouse, 27, who has battled substance abuse, was found dead at her London home, according to reports.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Displaced NoLita Residents Have to Wait Until 2011 to Move Back Home

Nearly two years after residents were relocated, construction hasn't started yet on a project to rehab 244 Elizabeth St.

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