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St. George »

The outlet mall announced 100,000 square-feet of space was leased ahead of its groundbreaking.

Fieldston »

The Bronx private school seeks $52 million in tax-free bonds to build a "natatorium," theater and gym.

Lower East Side »

Skateboarders and BMX bikers have taken over Pier 35 and driven out residents, locals say.

Lower East Side »

Vendors say the city hasn't done enough to promote the space and want someone else to manage the market.

Stapleton »

The city released an RFP for the second and third phase of the Stapleton Waterfront Project last week.

Battery Park City »

Millions of dollars in grants and other benefits are available to small businesses.

Lower East Side »

The Delancey Street diner is closing after 35 years to make way for the Essex Crossing development.

Central Harlem »

Dr. Giovanna Kiani opened the hospital in April, and is organizing an adoption event for September.

Kingsbridge Heights »

The city has delayed signing a lease on the project due to infighting among developers, sources say.

St. George »

Triangle Equities secured the lease to build the large, mixed-use development.

Tompkinsville »

The city released a request seeking developers for the Sanitation garage on Jersey Street.

Greenpoint »

Shuttle buses will run in Greenpoint from 6:50 to 9:30 a.m. and 4:30 to 7:20 p.m.

Bloomfield »

The city has put out requests to restore 68-acres of wetlands at the Saw Mill Creek Marsh.

Concord »

The city awarded $425,000 in grants to new businesses on the North Shore of Staten Island.

Crown Heights »

The city is seeking ideas for a culinary incubator in Brooklyn, after other plans fell through.