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The city wants to "provide more time to work with stakeholders and review proposals."

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

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

Gramercy »

A host of city, state and congressional reps implored Beth Israel to clarify rumors it might close.

East Village »

Officials asked the SLA and SantaCon to adopt measures to mitigate the effects of the annual event.

Greenwich Village »

A DNAinfo article complicated an already contentious affordable housing fight.

Union Square »

Park advocates are urging de Blasio to cancel a contract to build a restaurant in Union Square.

Midtown »

State and city leaders called on event organizers to adhere to three guiding principles next month.

West Village »

A new bill would allow the Hudson River Park Trust to sell air rights to fix the crumbling Pier 40.

Chelsea »

The development on West 29th Street will be similar to the affordable housing in Manhattan Plaza.

Greenwich Village »

LGBT advocates say GENDA would give transgender New York City residents more legal rights.

Financial District »

State and local politicians called for a review Wednesday of building fire codes.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Several city politicians asked the state DOT to investigate claims that the company's fleet is too heavy.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Residents will choose the spots for many bike share stations at a Tuesday meeting.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

An independent study of the landmark hotel showed a renovation is causing high levels of dust, mold, lead, and crystalline silica in areas where residents still live.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Furnished Quarters President Gary Brown evicted five rent-stabilized families on Monday, despite protests from advocates and elected officials.