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Long Island City »

Commissioner Feniosky Peña-Mora will leave his job at the end of the month, the mayor says.

Woodrow »

The $48 million project is only the second in the city to be given the honor.

West Brighton »

The project will replace the 15 smaller fish tanks with four floor-to-ceiling ones.

Long Island City »

Part of a city contract to organize events for the agency included coverage in a trade publication.

Ocean Breeze »

The city opened the $5.8 million Ocean Breeze Riding Arena Friday, which broke ground in 2014.

Civic Center »

Nearly two dozen city employees were given jobs in de Blasio's administration after hosting fundraisers.

Long Island City »

The city's Design Excellence program has promoted beautiful buildings — but at cost overruns, data show.

Inwood »

Officials said the West 215th step-street keeps the original design with a modern touch.   

Long Island City »

A 3-D printer hardly anyone uses also was among items bought by the Dept. of Design and Construction.

High Bridge »

A Department of Design and Construction official wanted her agency to promote a children's book.

Washington Heights »

The Department of Design and Construction commissioner has been accused of cronyism in his hires.

Greenwich Village »

The coffins date back to the 19th-century, city officials said.

Greenwich Village »

The water main project has been halted while archaeologists investigate.

Washington Heights »

The Plaza de Las Americas at 175th Street and Broadway will be transformed into a town square. 

Fordham »

The new plaza is also meant to help reduce traffic-related injuries and deaths.