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Fort Greene »

Those who submit designs for Who's Your Doggy's new sign by Friday and you could win a $50 gift card.

Upper East Side »

The new bins are meant to keep garbage from spilling on to sidewalks and streets, officials say.

Bed-Stuy »

The tour will highlight the history of the Fulton Street strip as told by longtime owners and locals.

Lower East Side »

The business improvement district has rebranded itself as the Lower East Side Partnership.

Bed-Stuy »

Organizers are aiming to create greater "retail diversity" in the areas along Fulton Street.

Upper West Side »

Barbara Adler describes the way the avenue has changed dramatically over the years. 

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Most members of the new business improvement district's board come from large development companies.

Sunnyside »

Sunnyside Shines is looking to bring more shopping options to the neighborhood's vacant storefronts.

Elmhurst »

The Roosevelt Avenue Community Alliance is hosting the directors of a film about gentrification.

Jackson Heights »

The business owners say the plan will push them out of their Queens neighborhoods.

Jackson Heights »

The improvement district would strengthen local businesses, according to the civic group proposing it.

Midtown »

Litter and trash bags on the block attract rats and other rodents, locals claim.

East Village »

The Lower East Side Business Improvement District is asking artists to submit work for the project.

SoHo »

A vote on the BID could come as soon as next month but residents and businesses are still sparring.

Park Slope »

Some merchants on Seventh Avenue want to form a BID to pay for street sweeping and other beautification.