The City Planning Commission is considering the Rabsky Group's proposal.
The group will launch an ad campaign putting pressure on de Blasio to pay for emergency repairs.
The plan includes standing-only subway cars, a littering crackdown and clearer communication.
A patron threw his cellphone at a bodega employee when he did not like his food, police said.
The NYC Real Estate Investment Cooperative will hear about potential projects at a meeting Tuesday.
The mayor's 5-point plan seeks "immediate relief for riders."
StreetEasy is facing competition from upstarts and a new service from the Real Estate Board of New York.
"The time on the subway is often the only time you have to eat," de Blasio said.
Long Island City and Downtown Brooklyn lead the pack with roughly 6,000 new rental units.
Thousands of computers or tablets were missing or improperly accounted for, an audit found.
Catch a free movie, gain wisdom from successful entrepreneurs or play some free mini-golf.
Ice cream truck proceeds boosted, Oculus shoplifter busted and beauty products swiped, police say.
"There have been a lot of recommendations about what foods are appropriate, what foods are not."
Rentlogic's new software lets house hunters see a building's rating regardless of what website they use.
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