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Rockaway Park »

Construction delays on the Rockaway boardwalk will limit beach access, the city says.

Rockaway Park »

The rebuilt boardwalk from Beach 108 to 126th streets will now open in July, officials said. 

Bushwick »

The MTA has finally committed to hosting a town hall with the public in early May.

Oakwood »

The borough president has started to develop plans for sports fields in Oakwood Beach.

New Dorp Beach »

The BP plans to work with Minority Leader Matteo to encourage buyers to adhere to new design guidelines.

Bushwick »

The line will temporarily close as crews repair it before an influx of riders when the L shuts down.

Fresh Meadows »

Mountain bikers can find a variety of trails within the city and beyond.

Greenpoint »

State Senator Daniel Squadron pushed MTA Chairman Thomas Prendergast at a Thursday hearing. 

Red Hook »

NYCHA officials and architecture firm KPF presented conceptual renderings of the plan Monday night.

Bushwick »

An interactive chart compares the commute times and rent of stops along the L to other neighborhoods.

Red Hook »

A Thursday night meeting gave residents a chance to speak out on a proposed flood protection system.

Chinatown »

The federal government has reopened the application process for Sandy-related disaster loans.

Inwood »

The nature center shut down in 2012 and has remained unused since, officials said.  

Financial District »

Lower Manhattan will be fortified with storm protections in the coming years.

Columbia Street Waterfront District »

Carroll Gardens Association is hoping to sell a Columbia Street lot to Avery Hall Investments.