Downtown Brooklyn »

The collaborative workspace opened Tuesday at Rogers Hall.

Midtown East »

The Hub@GCT will provide offices to startups and help connect them with city agencies and investors. 

Chelsea »

On the hunt for the Chelsea bombing suspect, the NYPD sought residents' help via their smartphones.

Upper East Side »

The kiosks caused neighborhood uproar for attracting people who watched porn, among other issues.

Navy Yard »

B. Amsterdam, a European startup, will be opening its first American flagship at the Navy Yard.

Chelsea »

Trash and other refuse would whiz through a pressurized tube running along the bottom of the park.

Concourse »

Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. called for oversight a day after the kiosks came to The Bronx.

West Village »

The tweet included a joke referencing Rihanna's song 'Work.'

Claremont »

A total of 25 kiosks have been installed in The Bronx so far, and roughly 700 more are on their way.

Chelsea »

Councilman Corey Johnson and Community Board 4 have asked the city to address problems with the kiosks.

Greenwich Village »

Sean Parker is turning three townhouses on West 10th Street into a mansion, the New York Post reported.

West Harlem »

Projects include a mouth guard that tracks the temperature of football players at risk for heat stress.

Bulls Head »

And other things we learned from a study of floral sales data from Flowers.com.

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