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East Village »

The bookstore had been operating from the East Village for almost 40 years. 

Arverne »

The renovation is part of a federal program to transfer units to Section 8.

East Village »

Co-owner Bob Contant said he isn't sure the shop will survive until a March 9 court hearing.

Red Hook »

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

Union Square »

The bike-share program will charge members $6 more per year, a 4 percent increase over the old cost.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Melissa Butler said she tried to help  Gurley help as he laid in a pool of blood and urine.

Upper West Side »

De Blasio spoke in front of a crowd of hundreds at the Lincoln Square Neighborhood Association.

Upper East Side »

NYCHA met with tenants 14 times, but still hasn't shared details of the plan, residents say.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Audio of the 911 call was released in the trial of NYPD Officer Peter Liang Monday.

Civic Center »

City agencies that get federal funding could see their budgets decided by who's in the White House.

Longwood »

The agency announced the completion of the initiative at the John Adams Houses in the South Bronx.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

De Blasio says some of the city's most intractable problems were ignored for decades.

East Village »

Nearly two years after St. Mark's Bookshop relocated into city housing, it is in danger of closing.

Midtown »

It is illegal for convicted sex offenders to live in public housing, officials said.

Lower East Side »

NYCHA needs to beef up its emergency preparedness plans as soon as possible, according to a new audit.