The tallest building in the Western Hemisphere will open its observatory to the public in spring 2015.
Demid Lebedev, 17, was arrested Monday night after posting pictures from 432 Park Ave. to his Instagram.
The formerly 24-hour work will halt from 10 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. every day starting Monday.
4 WTC becomes the first completed building in the WTC site.
66 Rockwell Place is now accepting applications for 63 units with monthly rents from $546 to $907.
The first section of the WTC spire was hoisted atop the building Wednesday morning.
A banner now covers the iconic skyscraper's four-story loading dock.
One World Trade Center could become New York's highest skyscraper by early next week.
Canadian singer Justin Bieber lit up the Empire State Building with members of the Marine Corps Toys for Tots program.
A fire erupted on the 28th floor of 120 Broadway, steps from the Occupy Wall Street encampment at Zuccotti Park in Lower Manhattan on Friday.
A new exhibit of the work by famed sculptor John Storrs focuses on New York's skyscraper skyline.
Parents at the Spruce Street School say the Education Department admitted too many kindergarten classes for next year.
CB12's Land Use committee plans to meet with Quadriad to discuss its plan to build skyscrapers in Washington Heights.
The 76-story tower is Frank Gehry's first skyscraper and the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere.
Quadriad Realty Partners could significantly change the skyline with four skyscrapers in Washington Heights.
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