Central Harlem »

By the end of 2016, you'll be able to share a cab with your fellow New Yorkers.

Kew Gardens »

Odradeks is closing on July 28 after 4 years in business.

Williamsburg »

All the iPhones and avocado toast you'll ever need are coming to the neighborhood.

East Harlem »

Shareholders say CEO Sharon Straci hasn't held a meeting in over a decade. 

Forest Hills »

The store at 70-00 Austin St. will cater to local residents, the chain said.

Corona »

"Pavilion Futures" opens Aug. 5 at the Queens Museum. 

Edgemere »

The Arker Companies and the Northeast Brooklyn Housing Development Corporation bought the site in May.

Murray Hill »

Raise your hand if you know what a solutions architect is.

Flushing »

It's the first major the first overhaul in two decades, according to officials.

Bed-Stuy »

The casual fast-food eatery will serve Mexican-style tacos infused with Caribbean flavors.

Chelsea »

The store had planned to move to a space on West 23rd Street, but didn't get the state's approval.

Greenwich Village »

The founder of NYU business school's Urbanization Project is the new World Bank chief economist.

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