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Nearly a year after Mayor Bill de Blasio pledged to remove the NYPD from street vendor enforcement, a group of pushcart owners say they're facing a new police crackdown.
The chair of Chelsea's community board said he saw preliminary drawings.
The judges said that the Bloomberg administration improperly signed off on the plan without seeking the state legislative approval needed when giving away parkland.
Private real estate to the rescue!
The lawsuit cites poorly designed common areas, narrow kitchens, and inaccessible electrical outlets, mailboxes, and trash rooms.
With 19 days left in office, the Bloomberg administration has bestowed a sloppy goodbye kiss on the giant developer Related Companies in the form of $120 million in tax breaks for its work on the Hudson Yards and Willets Point projects.
One of the nation's biggest landlords is banning smoking in all 40,000 rental units across America.
Mr. Met seems best suited to roulette.
According to reports, the developer behind the proposed plan to solve our Penn Station problem thinks the best way to get started is to swap land with BMCC.
The firm is so big that it doesn't need to subcontract work like concrete placement and electrical.
Today the Bloomberg administration announced that Coach, Inc. would be the anchor tenant for what will the NYC's largest office tower, on the corner of 30th Street and 10th Avenue.
If there's one thing everyone can agree on, it's that New York City needs more high-rises.
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