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East Williamsburg »

The buses will be ready for April 1, 2019 when the shutdown between Bedford Ave. and 8th Ave begins.

Williamsburg »

The BQ Green would extend over several blocks of the Brooklyn Queens Expressway ditch.

Fort Greene »

Fort Greene Park is debuting its newly restored tree trail this Saturday with Arbor Day tours.

Greenwood Heights »

There's much more the city can do to be environmentally friendly, but it's not off to a bad start.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The Downtown Brooklyn Partnership will install solar-powered trash and recycling bins starting Sunday.

Midtown »

The mayor ended his boycott of the parade after organizers let LGBTQ groups join in the festivities.

Carroll Gardens »

Eco-friendly contractor Gennaro Brooks-Church just finished building the green treehouse for his kids.

Chelsea »

Urban rustic is all the rage in restaurant design. Beyond the antlers, what's next?

Upper West Side »

The Upper West Side school opted to stop giving out free toys, parents said.

Chelsea »

A green fashion show at the Tesla Motors dealership will feature clothes by designer  Ashley McAleavy .

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The Durst Organization plans to compost waste from 1,350 apartments.

Brooklyn Heights »

A new concession stand with live roof was lowered into Brooklyn Bridge Park by crane.

Manhattan »

Glenn Close, Coco Rocha, Aviva Drescher and Lauren Bush-Lauren all bid at Christie's Green Auction.

Manhattan »

While the city is widely considered an environmental leader, its recycling efforts lag behind.

Manhattan »

The city kicks off Christmas tree recycling from Jan. 2-14, with curbside pickup and dropoff options.