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Morrisania »

A group of urban designers proposed a line connecting The Bronx, Queens, and Brooklyn.

Financial District »

Shakespeare Downtown will stage "Richard III" in Lower Manhattan

Greenpoint »

A wind chime became a flashpoint on a Greenpoint block.

Fort Greene »

A preliminary design for the construction project includes new basketball courts and barbecue stations.

Greenpoint »

Locals had been in talks to turn the site into a learning center and garden.

Williamsburg »

The park will be open to the public in the summer of 2018, according to developers Two Trees.

Williamsburg »

The city forked over $160 million to CitiStorage property owner Norman Brodsky on Wednesday.

Williamsburg »

Local elected officials and a group of mostly Hasidic women are pushing for more women only hours.

Williamsburg »

Defenders of the controversial all-women swim at the Metropolitan Pool want eight hours restored.

Astoria »

Coed softball league Astoria Social says Whitey Ford Field is uneven and full of holes.

Upper West Side »

Visiting parks would be dangerous during the Thursday snowstorm, officials said.

Fort Greene »

The 149-foot column serves as a memorial and crypt for 11,500 Revolutionary War soldiers.

Greenpoint »

Developers at BNS Realty plan to build a waterfront tower on the edge of Transmitter Park.

Greenwich Village »

From promised parks to massive developments, expect to see some neighborhood change in 2017.

Williamsburg »

New renderings were released of a proposed Maker Park for the Williamsburg waterfront.