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Brooklyn Heights »

Historical Markers Unveiled Along Brooklyn Bridge Park

Thirteen standing signs or ground markers have been installed from Pier 1 to Pier 6, officials said.

Brooklyn Heights »

Brooklyn Restaurant Turns Diners to Gardeners with Kale and Basil Seeds

Colonie is giving away packets  of kale and basil seeds so customers can create an urban garden.

Greenwich Village »

New School's Flood-Damaged University Center to Open Thursday

The sustainability-oriented building has an auditorium for public events.

Far Rockaway »

Swedish Architects to Design Storm-Resistant Community for Far Rockaway

The winner of the contest, a Swedish firm, was announced on Oct. 23 in Far Rockaway.

Rockaway Beach »

MoMA PS1 Opens Temporary Art Space in the Rockaways

The museum will host lectures, film screenings and other events in the space through the month of April.

Park Slope »

Chefs and Gourmands Wanted for Urban Eating League

The San Francisco-based Urban Eating League, a competitive eating event, is expanding to New York.

Bushwick »

Dandelion Coffee Maker's Flea Market Finds New Home

Booted by Bushwick's future boutique hotel, Courtney Novak found a new spot for her flea.

Manhattan »

City Mulls Burning Garbage in New Eco-Friendly Plan

The possible additions to the city's green initiatives are part of an updated PlaNYC unveiled in Harlem Thursday.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Bowery to Transform into Creative Hub for New Museum

The New Museum's "Festival of Ideas for the New City" runs for four days at the start of May.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Fully Sustainable 'Earthship' Building Looks to Land on Lower East Side

A local resident is hoping to build the city's first fully sustainable building in partnership with a global "biotecture" firm.

Downtown »

Artist Wants to Install 'Green' Treehouse on Governors Island

An educational treehouse made of recycled materials could find its way onto Governors Island this summer.

Downtown »

Green Walls Sprouting Soon at New Seaport Restaurant

SamSara New York will feature over 70 square feet of tropical plants growing on the walls when it opens in January.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

'Living Pavilion' Exhibit in Greenwich Village Shows 'Green Architecture' at Work on Governors Island

The Center for Architecture had an exhibition Monday for the Living Pavilion, a structure on Governors Island.