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The nonprofit Civitas took a survey of the residents who live closest to the walkway in May and June.

East Harlem »

The funding will go toward the total reconstruction of the battered pier.

Upper East Side »

The East River waterfront and the Roosevelt Island Public Library will receive funding.

East Harlem »

Developing Park Avenue underneath the Metro-North viaduct is a priority of the zoning proposal.

East Harlem »

Community Board 11 and Civitas presented five proposals for rezoning a 60-block area of East Harlem.

Carnegie Hill »

Judges of an East River esplanade ideas competition muse on the future of canals in New York.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Civitas launched a competition to reimagine the crumbling East River esplanade stretching from E. 60th to 125th streets.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Eleven newspaper boxes sat in the bike lane on 8th Avenue at West 22nd Street for roughly two weeks, but no one can say how they got there, or who moved them.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Civitas, an Upper East Side and East Harlem community group, said many Learning Annex boxes are covered in graffiti and sit empty, in violation of DOT rules.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Community Board 7's Transportation Committee is backing an effort to rid streets of dirty and dilapidated newspaper boxes.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

City Councilwoman Jessica Lappin secured nearly $1 million for repairing the East River esplanade, but many residents believe they'll need more.

Manhattan »

Upper East Side community groups want signs, crosswalks and crossing signals to help pedestrians reach East River park.

Harlem »

East Harlem has at least 19 buildings worthy of landmark status and the assets to support two potential historic districts.

Manhattan »

East Siders want new rules to crack down on graffiti-covered, broken newspaper boxes creating chaos on their streets.

Harlem »

Officials want to bring more commercial and residential activity to Park Avenue from East 116th to East 132nd streets.