The Women’s Building hosted a block party on 25th September in Chelsea, to draw inputs from the community about the redevelopment of Bayview Correctional Facility, a former women’s prison on West 20th Street.
The growth of Silicon Alley from a small group of startups to the country’s second largest startup hub comes with a price: a change in real-estate dynamics in the neighborhood.
After two recent fire deaths, residents in Midtown high-rises aren’t always clear on fire safety protocols.
Books of Wonder just celebrated its 35th anniversary as the oldest independent children’s bookstore in New York City. As businesses feel the pressure of gentrification, Books of Wonder has managed to stay afloat.
Business employees in Hell’s Kitchen say sidewalk advertisement signs are important to attract customers, but residents say they’re hazardous clutter on already crowded sidewalks. According to the New York Department of Sanitation Rules and Regulations, they’re illegal and could cost businesses hundreds of dollars in fines.
Chelsea wall murals benefit the neighborhood in more ways than one.
Skyrocketing real estate prices are pushing budding entrepreneurs to seek alternative office space that helps them participate in New York’s booming technology industry.
Architects oppose potential state legislation that would abolish a faster building process in the city.
Luxury condominiums and green buildings receiving tax exemptions are not making the money they otherwise would for the city budget.
Reports conflict on whether a Citi Bike rack formerly planned on East 55th Street owes its cancellation to pressure from the five-star St. Regis Hotel.
Pop-up shops installed this summer inside recycled shipping containers at Pier 57 will close on October 20, with casualties of the pier’s complete renovation scheduled to start around Thanksgiving. What they don’t know is whether they’ll be invited back to be part of “Super Pier,” as the new venue is called. While most of the […]
A housing expansion on the parking lot of the Fulton projects means fewer off-street spaces and more worries for residents of West 18th and 19th Streets near 9th Avenue.