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Central Harlem »

The $20 million de Blasio set aside to help MWBE firms get city contracts misses the mark, critics say.

East Village »

The massive electronics giant will be closing its doors to make room for a tech and creative space.

Rockaway Beach »

The city is expected to select a company to operate the ferry this winter, officials said.

Long Island City »

A local lawmaker recently expressed concerns about ferry crowds taking up space in Gantry Park.

Long Island City »

Assemblywoman Cathy Nolan took aim at one of the spots the city is considering for a future ferry dock.

Fort Greene »

City resources should go to housing that will be permanently affordable, according to a new paper.

Red Hook »

The move will double the cost of commuting for potential riders, residents say.

Lower East Side »

The city released an RFP for a construction manager earlier this month.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The youth services provider's space will be combined with an old Hunter College building next door.

West Village »

After nearly 80 years in the Village, Koppers Specialty Chocolate is reportedly moving to Brooklyn.

SoHo »

Daniil Frants, 16, used Google Glass to come up with a gadget to help deaf people follow conversations.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The old Slaughterhouse site at West 39th Street and 11th Ave. will become mixed-income apartments.

Civic Center »

Maria Torres-Springer was serving as the city's commissioner for small business services.

Lower East Side »

The proposed ferry stop will be at Jackson and Cherry streets near Corlears Hook Park, officials said.

Long Island City »

The expansion will complete the park, the first portion of which opened in summer 2013.