West Village »

What Happened in New York This Week: 10 Stories You Need to Read

A hero barista, a late-night sauna party, oyster happy hours and more made news this week.

Prospect Heights »

Marco's Trattoria to Close as Changes Come to Prospect Heights Dining Scene

Two new spots are opening in the area as Marco's and the Caribbean spot Kaz An Nou close.

East Harlem »

Shared Working Space Comes to East Harlem

TEEM CW lets people who work from home rent space or a private office at 118th Street and Fifth Avenue. 

Inwood »

Longtime Inwood Garage Jacking Up Parking Prices by $125 a Month

Customers said they had only a few weeks to find alternative parking arrangements.

West Village »

Brooklyn-Based Coffee Roaster Opens 'Brew School' in West Village

Toby's Estate Coffee is opening its third location at the end of the week on Charles Street.

Upper West Side »

'Mature' Co-Working Space Is First of Its Kind on Upper West Side

The Yard, a 30,000-square-foot shared office space at West 67th and Columbus Avenue, opened this week.

West Village »

Citi Bike Drove Me Out of Business, West Village Bike Shop Owner Says

HUB Cycles owner George Bliss says business has declined since Citi Bike moved into the neighborhood.

East Village »

Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks Eyes New Home in East Village

After Bonnie Slotnick's landlord wouldn't renew her lease, two siblings offered her space in their home.

Financial District »

PHOTOS: Check Out the Controversial 494-Foot Tower Proposed for the Seaport

Howard Hughes reduced its proposed skyscraper more than 100 feet, but that's not enough, officials said.

Prospect Heights »

Designer Pens Special Menus For Restaurants in Exchange for Meals

Crown Heights-based illustrator Lauren Hom, 23, has bartered her services as a letterer for free meals.

Bed-Stuy »

How Music and Condiments Created a Money-Making Track For These Artists

Makers of pickles, kimchi and mayo share how their obsessions with music helped them launch companies.

Bed-Stuy »

Nostrand Avenue Construction in Bed-Stuy to Finish Next Spring, City Says

Businesses said they're suffering as a result of the ongoing project.

Jackson Heights »

Artists Explore Fears of Changing Neighborhoods in Jackson Heights Show

The "BONE RAZED" art show will explore change throughout the city.

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