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New Yorkers can expect street closures and traffic delays this week, as world leaders convene in the city for the annual United National General Assembly. The pressure is on President Obama to inspire international confidence on diplomatic efforts in
A sign-wielding Anthony Weiner volunteer outside a Hunter College debate yesterday. A pack of boisterous Anthony Weiner volunteers nearly overwhelmed rival camps last night outside the first televised debate of the ex-congressman's mayoral campaign.
An analysis of hotel bookings for Memorial Day weekend in the nation's top 50 destinations found New York City to be most popular. The city will host markets, parades, and many other events for visitors and New Yorkers alike.
Lexington Avenue still has many of its classical featuresfor now, at least. (Property Shark) Dominated by the towers on Second Avenue (rezoned in anticipation of the subway decades agospeaking of which, how's that coming along?), Kips Bay has never
Stories If you don't think it's the little things that make the big differences in New York real estate, ask designer Victoria Hagan. The national-known design force fought hard for three more inches of floor space in the master bedrooms at Philip
A transgender prostitute whose legal name was Nathan, Cassidy had come down from the San Francisco Bay Area to work the Hollywood streets. That night, on Lexington Avenue, 10 blocks from the doughnut shop, Vickers was shot to death by a man on a bike.
Hunter Colleges campus on Lexington Avenue included skywalks meant to be students main street. Ezra Stoller A 1950s pavilion house Mr. Franzen designed for his family with a double-diamond roof in Rye, in Westchester County. Not everyone liked the
August 1, 2012 Unlike ants, moles, gophers and skinks, humans aren't instinctively tunneling creatures. When we go underground, we are partly admitting that we've made a mess on the surface and partly showing off. Multimedia In Manhattan, where
After Signaling It Will Dump $22 Billion Of CRE, Blackstone Grabs Citadel Space 5:00pm The Blackstone Group has leased a floor high in 601 Lexington Avenue from the investment firm Citadel Group . Blackstone will take the building's entire 48th floor
The city is poised to cart away dozens of used vehicles from a block in Glenwood, according to city officials. Area landlord and resident Bulent Bediz has stashed cars in driveways and behind homes on Lexington Avenue since last year, with plans to