Posts Tagged ‘Community Board 4’

Chelsea Residents Sue to Stop Possible “Speakeasy Casino” From Opening in Residential Building

Chelsea Residents Sue to Stop Possible “Speakeasy Casino” From Opening in Residential Building
Share

A group of Chelsea residents are suing their building owner to prevent a potential “speakeasy casino” from opening on their apartment building’s ground floor.


Hell’s Kitchen Residents Upset By City’s Change of Plans for Housing Units

Hell’s Kitchen Residents Upset By City’s Change of Plans for Housing Units
Share

Hell’s Kitchen residents feel blindsided by city’s decision to erect supportive housing residence instead of planned median income building.


Chelsea Residents Rethink Open Streets Program

Chelsea Residents Rethink Open Streets Program
Share

As the city recovers from the pandemic, some residents question the need to continue the Open Streets program, while others want it to stay.


Mount Sinai’s new construction project raises neighborhood concerns 

Mount Sinai’s new construction project raises neighborhood concerns 
Share

With construction beginning at 432 W. 58th St., local residents fear excessive noise and sidewalk closures.


Local leaders push to keep Harborview Terrace 100 percent affordable

Local leaders push to keep Harborview Terrace 100 percent affordable
Share

Harborview Terrace is facing an uncertain future, as the mayor pushes for market rate units instead of 100 percent affordable housing.


Voters to decide on community board term limits

Voters to decide on community board term limits
Share

On election day, voters decide whether to impose community board term limits — as officials argue over whether expertise or diversity matters most.


A clinic exclusive to Hudson Yards community draws criticism

A clinic exclusive to Hudson Yards community draws criticism
Share

New clinic in Hudson Yards restricts access to a community in desperate need of health care services.


Lax buildings enforcement results in loss of affordable housing

Lax buildings enforcement results in loss of affordable housing
Share

The latest casualty in affordable housing.


Garment District fate in limbo as locals worry about it all unravelling

Garment District fate in limbo as locals worry about it all unravelling
Share

As the fate of the Garment District inches towards resolution, many stakeholders look on anxiously.


West siders demand a voice in Port Authority bus terminal talks

West siders demand a voice in Port Authority bus terminal talks
Share

City officials will hold a special meeting with the Port Authority after months of contentious back and forth over a new bus terminal in Hell’s Kitchen.


Chelsea street fair struggles to stay afloat

Chelsea street fair struggles to stay afloat
Share

The London Terrace, a historic pre-war apartment complex in West Chelsea, hosted its 23rd annual street fair in late September. Although the fair is beloved by the community, it is struggling to stay afloat because of city-mandated fees for street fair organizers.


Residents wary of new affordable housing plans in Midtown West

Residents wary of new affordable housing plans in Midtown West
Share

Councilman Corey Johnson, Commissioner Vicki Been, and Community Board 4 leaders discuss affordable housing at the Fashion Industries High School in Chelsea.