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Central Harlem »

They demand a window for senior customers and benches to sit on while they wait.

West Harlem »

A business boom on 125th Street hasn left out many blocks west of Morningside Avenue, locals say.

Upper West Side »

The current zoning regulations allow for residential towers of any height to be built, locals say.

Prospect Heights »

A renovation plan for Stroud Playground was approved last week by Community Board 8.

Crown Heights »

There are more than a dozen major construction projects underway or planned for the area.

Kew Gardens »

Residents say the buses are too long for the neighborhood's narrow streets.

Ozone Park »

Sam Esposito had been accused of making anti-Semitic remarks in a separate incident.

Morningside Heights »

The entire cathedral campus could be landmarked except a cutout for development of an apartment tower.

Kew Gardens »

The borough president says she would like to see a monument to the accomplishments of women replace it.

Kew Gardens »

Shop owners along Lefferts Boulevard say high rents drive businesses out.

Hamilton Heights »

The City College plan would add three stories to a historic townhouse on Convent Avenue.

Woodhaven »

No Way QueensWay asks locals to oppose developing the abandoned LIRR branch. 

Harlem »

Five years after Alexander Hamilton's former home was closed so that it could be moved to a new location, it opens to the public with a $14.5 million historically accurate renovation.

Manhattan »

A $325,000 grant will allow non-English speakers from Harlem and Washington Heights seeking literacy and other skills to access services.