The East Side hospital says its residents can't perform basic tasks without an attending physician.
More than 70 residents have been left scrambling to find new positions before July.
The buildings at 173, 175 and 177 Bedford Ave. have been vacated indefinitely after a massive fire.
Neighbors on South First Street say the young bar's noise is disrupting their sleep.
Residents complained of rowdy patrons at Red Sky who keep them awake at night and urinate on the street.
Developers the Moinian Group revealed renderings for its planned hotel on West 54th Street, which include making a taller structure than originally planned.
Homeless people continue to flock to Broadway's plazas, but advocates say intervention takes patience and time.
Midtown Manhattan has New York's highest crime rate per capita, according to a new analysis from DNAinfo.com.
Residents wish a judge hadn't halted a police crackdown on NY Skyride ticket vendors near the Empire State Building.
The borough's population now stands at 1,585,873, according to the census count.
Some residents are considering suing the Muse Hotel on West 46th Street because of noisy whistling.
A pet hedgehog and rabbit were killed in the fire, which displaced about two-dozen residents.
Traffic around Union Square will also be re-routed in an attempt to make the area safer and more pedestrian-friendly.
A new City Council bill aims to suspend and revoke the food licenses of food trucks that idle or feed the meter.
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