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Upper East Side »

The community has been battling developer DDG for nearly a year over its 1558 Third Ave. high-rise plan.

Sutton Place »

The group submitted its proposal for certification so it can go through the public review process.

East Harlem »

Officials plan to get feedback from the community on how to use the funds.

Claremont »

Five borough presidents also called on the Education Department to provide bottled water to students.

Chelsea »

The proposed legislation would exempt "affordable" supermarkets from the city's commercial rent tax.

Upper East Side »

Residents have filed a challenge against DDG's plans for a 521-foot-tall tower on Third Avenue.

Murray Hill »

A group of elected officials are clamoring for better traffic enforcement amid weekend tube closures.

SoHo »

Elected officials held a rally against a new Nike store in SoHo last week.

SoHo »

The rally will be led by a local councilwoman and the borough president.

Flatiron »

The city has been housing homeless families in a Madison Avenue boutique hotel since August.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Politicians have asked the Port Authority to end its design competition, but the agency says it won't.

Upper West Side »

P.S. 191 will occupy space at 21 West End Ave., on the bottom of a luxury residential tower.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Elected officials asked the Port Authority to end its contest seeking designs for a new bus terminal.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Corey Johnson and Gale Brewer have allocated a total of $950,000 for the park renovations.

West Village »

A letter spearheaded by state Sen. Brad Hoylman asks the landlords to save the bookstore's future.