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A man tried to snatch a woman's purse on Second Avenue and hit her with a blunt object, police said.

Cobble Hill »

The luxury tower at 339 Hicks St. would feature a gym, pool and rooftop terraces.

Fort Greene »

We've rounded up apps that will help you recover physically and mentally from the holidays.

Kips Bay »

A fine for failing to prevent a fire adds to thousands of dollars in outstanding fines at the site.

Kips Bay »

Smoke from the fire could be seen from Brooklyn and Queens, officials said.

Kips Bay »

NYU Langone has inked a 30-year lease for the entirety of a 25-story office building at 222 E. 41st St.

Kips Bay »

A cab driver hit a biker and a pedestrian before slamming into a building at First Ave and 33rd Street.

Upper East Side »

The man targeted four hospitals several times over the course of nearly two years, police say.

Kips Bay »

The man was found in a drain near NYU Langone hospital at 33rd Street and First Avenue, officials said.

Flatiron »

The three victims were taken to the hospital with non-critical injuries. 

Midtown »

One person was taken to NYU Langone Medical Center after the crash, officials said.

Gramercy »

Sami Uyanik suffered a rare eye disorder that caused him to see double. 

Greenwich Village »

NYU celebrated Brain Awareness Week at its annual NYU Langone Community Brain Fair.

Financial District »

The NYU study focuses on cardiovascular, respiratory and mental health of young people, ages 12 to 21.