Noise Complaints

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Greenwich Village »

Park patrol officers will be able to measure exactly how loud musicians and performers are.

Bay Ridge »

Noise is the most common reason neighbors fight with each other, according to a new survey.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

A neighbor of the bar said its owners have "basically set up a nightclub in a residential area."

Astoria »

The local community board opposed Sunset Lounge's bid to renew its liquor license due to the noise.

Chelsea »

Neighbors are up in arms about the "side effects" of excessive drinking at the Seventh Avenue spot.

Inwood »

The proposal, announced Thursday, comes amid an increase in noise complaints.

Jackson Heights »

Thousands of calls and online complaints were logged since 2014, data shows.

East Harlem »

An East Harlem basketball league is criticizing the city for not giving them a sound permit.

Upper West Side »

Community Board 7 voted to approve Jacob's Pickles plan for an underground bar.

Upper East Side »

Four buildings have been demolished to make way for a 34-story high-rise on 89th and First Avenue.

Washington Heights »

The program will bring an end to specialized patrol units, including those for parks and impact zones.

Upper West Side »

Neighbors welcomed the news of a new restaurant as long as it keeps its rear yard quiet. 

Chelsea »

A judge ordered the gym to cease operating without a permit January 16. 

Inwood »

Cavala Cafe's owner indicated at a State Liquour Authority hearing that he would soundproof the space.

Gramercy »

Gramercy residents are outraged by the noisy construction of Lauren and Andres Santo Domingo's well.