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The Lower Manhattan Development Corporation is holding a public forum on Sept. 17 to discuss funding.

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The city applied for funding to build affordable housing on the site of the Elizabeth Street Garden.

Lower East Side »

The Delancey Street diner is closing after 35 years to make way for the Essex Crossing development.

Lower East Side »

The Seward Park Urban Renewal Area is set to be developed after decades of disuse.

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The building at 237 Henry St. with 20 rent-stabilized apartments recently sold for $3.35 million. 

Lower East Side »

Drivers can get two hours of free parking in one Lower East Side parking lot thanks to the local BID.

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Developer Bruce Ratner was reportedly planning to bid on Seward Park Urban Renewal Area, known as SPURA.

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The Lower East Side Business Improvement District is asking artists to submit work for the project.

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Tenants of SPURA's former tenements will be given priority in new affordable housing to be built there.

Lower East Side »

After almost 50 years in limbo, SPURA has been approved for a smattering of Lower East Side blocks.

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A City Council committee approved changes to the plan for a major Lower East Side development.

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The Seward Park Urban Renewal Area is nearing the end of the city's approval process.

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The multi-block development is making its way through the city's land-use reveiw process.

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The Seward Park Urban Renewal Area development plan was discussed at a City Planning hearing Wednesday.