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Brooklyn Heights »

The NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project launched a interactive map with 100 sites and is looking for more.

Battery Park City »

Only 56 of the city's district high schools meet standards set by the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Central Harlem »

Housing for musicians in Harlem, space for dancers at CUNY campuses and other methods keep artists here.

Jamaica »

New York Community Trust awards $150,000 to Greater Jamaica to explore creation of artist housing.

Mott Haven »

A pair of NYC nonprofits are seeking 20 artists for monthly rents as low as $700 a month in The Bronx.

Mott Haven »

The money is arriving from grants administered by the New York Community Trust.

Claremont »

The Osborne Association is using beekeeping to help train former inmates at the Bronx site.

East Harlem »

The East Harlem Community Alliance consists of 60 East Harlem organizations.

Mott Haven »

The New York Community Trust is donating $80,000 to provide historical tours of the South Bronx.

Gowanus »

The nonprofit Fifth Avenue Committee received the grant from the New York Community Trust.

Park Slope »

Clean and Healthy New York is planning a campaign to stop carrying baby goods they believe are toxic.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

El Barrio's Artspace, a $50 million project to turn an abandoned school on East 99th Street into affordable artist housing, aims to preserve a neighborhood in transition.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Hunter College's School of Social Work will move from East 79th Street to East 119th Street.

Manhattan »

"After the disaster, we wanted to help give back," Baking for Good founder Emily Daubner said.