The Department of Cultural Affairs bought the tent in 2011, records show.
Borough President James Oddo said the New York Post report contained inaccuracies.
The city is embarking on an initiative that it said will create 100,000 jobs over the next decade.
Nearly half of the storefronts along Broadway in upper Manhattan are empty, a study found.
The event will be held at a local pottery studio this Wednesday.
The store at 71-02 Austin St. is scheduled to reopen in August.
Trendy spinning studio SoulCycle is opening at 342 Flatbush Ave. on June 15.
The bill would also create a multi-step community process to rename neighborhoods.
The Real Estate Board of New York opposes a pitch for a district meant to protect small businesses.
Attendees will also learn new details about the Kew Gardens Festival of Cinema scheduled for August.
The Cliffs at Harlem on 125th Street will be the chain's second-largest after the one in LIC.
Spot what’s real and what’s fake in the borough’s hipster enclaves.
The appeals court judges ruled five to one to block a mall development on a Citi Field parking lot.
The garden received a grant to support a composting program that uses local cafes' coffee grounds.
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