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Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Late-Night Hudson Yards Tunneling to End After Noise Complaints

The formerly 24-hour work will halt from 10 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. every day starting Monday. 

Financial District »

4 WTC Becomes First Tower at Trade Center Site to Open

4 WTC becomes the first completed building in the WTC site.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Brooklyn's Newest Skyscraper Opens Lottery for Affordable Housing Units

66 Rockwell Place is now accepting applications for 63 units with monthly rents from $546 to $907.

Financial District »

First Piece of WTC Spire Hoisted Atop High-Rise

The first section of the WTC spire was hoisted atop the building Wednesday morning.

Midtown »

Empire State Building Covers Up Loading Dock With Faux Facade

A banner now covers the iconic skyscraper's four-story loading dock.

Downtown »

One World Trade Center May Rise Above Empire State Building by Next Week

One World Trade Center could become New York's highest skyscraper by early next week.     

Midtown & Theater District »

Justin Bieber Lights Up Empire State Building

Canadian singer Justin Bieber lit up the Empire State Building with members of the Marine Corps Toys for Tots program.

Downtown »

Dozen Firefighters Injured in Two-Alarm Fire at Historic Skyscraper

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.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

New NYU Exhibit Features New York Skyscrapers

A new exhibit of the work by famed sculptor John Storrs focuses on New York's skyscraper skyline.

Downtown »

Future of Gehry Building's New School at Risk, Parents Warn

Parents at the Spruce Street School say the Education Department admitted too many kindergarten classes for next year.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

CB12 Has Questions For WaHi Skyscraper Developer

CB12's Land Use committee plans to meet with Quadriad to discuss its plan to build skyscrapers in Washington Heights.

Downtown »

Frank Gehry's Skyscraper Starts Leasing

The 76-story tower is Frank Gehry's first skyscraper and the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Four Proposed Skyscrapers in WaHi Could Alter City's Skyline

Quadriad Realty Partners could significantly change the skyline with four skyscrapers in Washington Heights.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

NYC Jumper Suicides Soar Above the National Average

One in seven U.S. jumper suicides takes place in New York, the Wall Street Journal reported.

Midtown & Theater District »

City Council Approves Penn Plaza Skyscraper Near the Empire State Building

City Council voted overwhelmingly in favor of 15 Penn Plaza this afternoon 47-1.

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