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Willowbrook »

The $91.7 million Landmark Colony was approved by the City Council on Tuesday.

Upper East Side »

Pedicab drivers say a ban included in the new horse-drawn carriage deal will put them out of business.

Upper East Side »

The number of licensed horses will also be reduced from 180 to 75 over two years, the city says.

Longwood »

Rafael Salamanca joins a crowded field of candidates hoping to gain a spot on the City Council.

Brooklyn Heights »

The controversial deal allows a luxury condo tower and a new library to be built at the site.

Bed-Stuy »

Another borough board voted down the city's proposals Tuesday with a list of recommendations.

Hunts Point »

Arroyo recently announced that she would resign from her council seat due to "pressing family needs."

Hunts Point »

Arroyo referred to "pressing family needs" when explaining her decision to step down.

St. George »

The changes to the application passed unanimously through the City Council on Thursday.

West Village »

The City Council approved the Landmarks Preservation Commission's vote to protect Stonewall Inn.

Murray Hill »

The City Council voted unanimously to approve three bills aimed at stemming the flow of K2.

Greenwich Village »

A DNAinfo article complicated an already contentious affordable housing fight.

Times Square & Theater District »

Commissioner Bill Bratton asked the City Council to overhaul the regulations that govern vendors.

Civic Center »

The process to landmark historic places not only shuns the outer boroughs, but takes too long, they say.

Midtown »

The mayor promised to eliminate horse carriages on his first day in office but has been unable to do so.