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Architects head to the Garment District. [Crain's] Mercedes House is getting a mom-and-pop grocery store. [CO] Northside Piers builder is planning a seven-story, 164-unit building at 149 Kent. [BBH] The Staten Island Railway kinda sucks. [SAS] Sam
Aldon James Jr., along with his twin brother, John, and a family friend, Steven U. Leitner, who maintained multiple apartments in the club's residence tower, agreed to move out by the end of July, and never again to serve as officers or directors of
Robert Stolarik for The New York Times Tidal flooding occurs about twice a month in the neighborhood, one of the lowest-lying areas in New York City. Residents bolted out of their front doors to move their cars, which are often damaged by tidal
Updated: Tuesday, July 9, 2013, 3:27 PM Craig Warga/Daily New Tonnie Rozier (l. with former manager Karen Filippi) weeks after he opened his flagship Tonnie's Minis store, at 264 Lennox Ave...Rozier, who says he plans to expand across the city,
A sweeping, $10 million plan to renovate the once-grand Rockaway Courthouse into a medical center cleared its final hurdle. The Queens Borough Board signed off on transferring the deteriorated, city-owned property on Beach Channel Drive to developer
It's been a visible reminder of the recession's devastating impact on the building industry in Las Vegas, but the new owners of the stalled Manhattan West project are prepared to resume construction in September on the partially finished project...
Attorneys representing 120 plaintiffs whose New Jersey homes burned to the ground during a freak Superstorm Sandy fire have filed a lawsuit, accusing the electric company of negligence when it failed to cut off power despite rising seawater levels.
When I came to New York in the 1970s, at client told me, Do whatever you want, but no benches,' said Tom Balsley, a prominent landscape architect who designed Riverside Park South , which stretches from West 59th to West 72nd Street along the Hudson,
Suzanne DeChillo/The New York Times The sale of a floor-through apartment at 18 Gramercy Park South comes on the heels of two other sales there; several more units are in contract. Three is a charm for the collaboration of Zeckendorf Development and
Kallianiotis for The New York Times Detective Kevin O'Donnell handed out bags in Flushing, Queens, on Wednesday, as part of the Police Department's campaign against a blessing scam. On a street corner in Flushing, Queens, on Wednesday afternoon, Ping