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Downtown Brooklyn »

Marriott Gets $43M Brooklyn Makeover With Navy Yard Lounge and Local Beer

The Marriott hotel will unveil a renovated bar, lounge and front desk area in May.

Central Harlem »

Rent-Regulated Tenants Being Driven Out by 'Illegal' Renovation, They Say

The husband of fashion designer Joseph Altuzarra was hit with a stop-work order at 187 Lenox Ave.

Astoria »

Renovation on Kids Center at Broadway Library to Include Model Train Set

The kids' reading room boasts new carpeting, furniture, computers and other upgrades.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy Elementary School Gets New Library After Eight Years

Staff helped raise more than $4,700 to turn a storage room into a library.

Park Slope »

MTA to Give Update on Long-Delayed Fourth Avenue Subway Renovation

Locals are hoping to hear about plans for retail spaces on the Fourth Avenue station's ground level.

Civic Center »

J&R Opening Express Boutique in Century 21 This Fall

The shop will serve customers while its flagship location is closed until 2015. 

West Village »

Neighbors' Fury About Wood-Fired Grill Smoke Forces Village Eatery to Close

Mas (la grillade) will close on Aug. 16 after owners said neighbors complained about the smell.

Morrisania »

Bronx Library Branch Closing for Two Years for $10M Revamp

The Woodstock branch will get WiFi, a story hour area and an expanded children's center.

Soundview »

Try Pole Vaulting at Soundview Park's New $6M Track

The city's PlaNYC initiative funded the $6 million project.

Midtown »

Service Changes Planned For 14 Subway Lines This Weekend

The 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, A, C, D, F, N, Q, R and S lines will be impacted by MTA work.

Clinton Hill »

Mark's Gourmet Burgers Closes Temporarily for Menu and Decor Upgrades

Owner Mark Charles is working with a consultant to improve his restaurant, which he opened in 2012.

Sunnyside »

Sunnyside Library to Close This Summer For New Roof

The library branch will close Saturday and is expected to reopen in mig-August.

Fort Greene »

NYCHA Tenants Robbed After Leaving Doors Open for Mandatory Construction

Two units left unlocked to accommodate renovations in the Ingersoll Houses were burglarized on May 20.

West Farms »

$2M Rehab Planned for Crotona Park Nature Center

Community Board 3 unanimously approved a letter of support for rehabilitating the nature center.

Greenwich Village »

Long-Delayed Bathrooms Open in Washington Square Park

The new restrooms opened Monday on the south side of the park near Thompson Street.