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pedestrian plaza

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Upper West Side »

Nearby residents decried the idea of putting a public plaza on West 97th Street. 

Kips Bay »

The Department of Transportation said it wouldn't pursue the project while J.D. Carlisle opposed it.

Gramercy »

Baruch College held a ribbon-cutting for the plaza, between Third and Lexington avenues.

Flatiron »

The university is turning the block between Third and Lexington avenues into a pedestrian plaza.

Kips Bay »

J.D. Carlisle told CB6 it would yank its support for another project unless the market was pushed out.

Williamsburg »

The Open Space Alliance is seeking a city grant to turn the street to park space.

Jackson Heights »

78th Street had been closed to traffic during the summer as a play street.

Astoria »

This Saturday, DOT will close part of Newtown Avenue in Astoria to create a temporary pedestrian plaza.

Midtown East »

The changes in zoning regulations were presented to the community at a meeting on Thursday.

Jackson Heights »

Live music and a bouncy castle will mark the launch of this year's 78th Street playstreet. 

Astoria »

DOT’s plan to build a pedestrian plaza on Newtown Avenue draws opposition from local business owners.

Astoria »

DOT will hold a workshop about safety measures for the intersection of Newtown Avenue and 33rd Street.

Jackson Heights »

A pedestrian plaza and a coffee shop are this year's venues for the free concerts in Jackson Heights.

Fort Greene »

Workers were planting flowers around the plaza, which could open as early as this weekend. 

Times Square & Theater District »

Initial construction will begin on Broadway in the spring and last through late 2015.