The City Council is set to vote Monday on whether to grant JetBlue permission for a giant neon sign.
Some SoHo locals say a planned survey of all SoHo and NoHo loft dwellers would violate their privacy.
Developer Jamestown Properties said it would scrap a hotel on Ninth Avenue if the Community Board asked.
Surveyors plan to investigate every city-certified artist residence to ensure an artist lives there.
The City Council voted nearly unanimously in support of major changes in Greenwich Village.
Nearly 30 renderings envisioning the future Greenwich Village AIDS memorial will go on display Tuesday.
Opponents say the proposal pits Quinn's ambition against her duty to the neighborhood.
OWS advocates say Brookfield Properties is illegally restricting public access to Zuccotti Park.
CEC District 2 approved sweeping school zoning changes in lower Manhattan and the Upper East Side.
The new plans eliminate a large glass cube that neighbors said was out of character with the building.
Organizers said a forum meant to find a compromise on Chelsea Market's controversial expansion only showcased tensions and disagreements.
After months of complaints, police say they have busted an illegal nightclub that had been operatng in Midtown's Garment District.
Privately owned public spaces, or POPs, are under the spotlight, thanks to the Occupy Wall Street protests in Zuccotti Park.
Members of Community Board 5 are urging the city to reverse a decision to shrink a soon-to-be-built schoool near Union Square.
Plans to demolish a building in the Greenwich Village Historic District and construct four townhouses received a preliminary go-ahead Monday.
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