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Red Hook »

The shipping giant is leasing industrial spaces once eyed for offices.

Forest Hills »

The Forest Hills Chamber of Commerce says it does not have enough money for the lights this year.

Upper West Side »

An Oct. 26 Health Department inspection ordered Absolute Bagels at 2788 Broadway to close.

Astoria »

"It's just a niche and nascent industry, and it's kind of like the wild west," the owner's lawyer said.

Rego Park »

The store, at 99-01 63rd Rd., will officially open sometime in November. 

Great Kills »

Only 76 people sold homes to the city, which offered thousands of dollars in its Build it Back program.

Far Rockaway »

StreetEasy analyzed sales in neighborhoods devastated by the 2012 storm, where development continues.

Rockaway Beach »

The motel, built in 2013, had been touted as an example of Rockaway's post-Sandy resilience.

Washington Heights »

The City of New York say this beauty salon ran an illegal gambling operation from their basement.

Rockaway Beach »

The city received more than $13 billion in federal aid, the largest share of the Hurricane Sandy funds.

Park Slope »

Hi Commerce, which just launched in Park Slope, lets online shoppers buy from neighborhood mom-and-pops.

Long Island City »

The city wants Amazon to set up shop in Midtown West, LIC, Brooklyn Tech Triangle or Lower Manhattan.

Civic Center »

The Public Advocate would like to offer temporary housing, free MetroCards and job outreach.

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