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Gramercy »

John Pappas was fined after skipping two hearings on the status of 133 Third Ave. near 14th Street.

Midtown »

Thursday's incident is the latest at the future Marriott Hotel at 701 Seventh Ave., officials said.

East Williamsburg »

Shea Stadium owners had raised more than $50,000 in less than one day. 

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The exposure to asbestos and other materials is part of an effort to force tenants out, the suit claims.

DUMBO »

The affordable housing lottery for 181 Front St. opens Friday.

Chelsea »

Einhorn Development is building a condominium over the French Evangelical Church on West 16th Street.

Chelsea »

"It's very heartbreaking, because we really love Chelsea and the community has been really great to us."

Clinton Hill »

The school's founder said he wants to open the school in the next two years. 

Clinton Hill »

More than a dozen tenants were without heat and hot water following the Feb. 14 fire.

Upper East Side »

Construction will continue through the summer and then on and off through 2019, officials said.

Bedford Park »

The second floor of the garage caved in at 3000 Jerome Ave., the FDNY said.

Chelsea »

Anton Kern Gallery at 532 W. 20th St. is relocating to Midtown, according to its website.

Midtown »

The worker was injured on the 37th floor of 277 Park Ave., officials said.

Clinton Hill »

The plan must now be approved by the Department of Buildings to move forward.

Yorkville »

A developer has filed plans for an 18-story apartment building at 1639-41 First Ave. near 85th Street.