The most tickets were doled out in the East Village, Lower East Side and Upper East Side, the DOT said.
A couple of thousand people are expected to attend the free event, organizers said.
Affected residents and business can receive loans to replace or repair property.
The Lab will serve 10 craft brews and seat more than 200 people in the Malcolm X Boulevard yard.
Chef Stewart Wadden wants to bring a farm-fresh menu to a former Indian restaurant on 37th Avenue.
The East Village diner disputes the landlord's claim that it siphoned gas.
Meet the people who are upholding the long-standing NYC tradition of May Day protests.
Preliminary DOT plans for Diversity Plaza will be unveiled on May 9.
Givers and Takers has connections in the music world and plans to host after-parties for bands.
The Marriott hotel will unveil a renovated bar, lounge and front desk area in May.
Ticket prices to the June 3 event start at $38, the organizer said.
Barbara Adler describes the way the avenue has changed dramatically over the years.
Animal Feeds, Inc. expects to close by the end of June and make way for a day care center.
The neighborhood bar closed last week, according to Bull's Head Tavern's Facebook page.
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