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FiDi doubles down on retail: Q&A, part III

FiDi doubles down on retail: Q&A, part III

From the December issue: Westfield’s World Trade Center complex may have gotten off to a wobbly start, but Lower Manhattan’s...

FiDi doubles down on retail: Q&A, part III
Sutton Place co-op is getting $2M public park in its backyard

Sutton Place co-op is getting $2M public park in its backyard

A Sutton Place co-op will have a public park in its elevated backyard in just about two years, ending...

Sutton Place co-op is getting $2M public park in its backyard
East River Esplanade on the Upper East Side

Manhattan’s East Side starved for open space: report

The East Side of Manhattan is facing a drought of open space, with two-thirds of residents unable to walk...

Manhattan’s East Side starved for open space: report
Council Member Jessica Lapin and construction on the Second Avenue Subway line

Lappin proposes legislation to monitor Second Avenue Subway construction air quality

City Council member Jessica Lappin introduced legislation yesterday that would require the city Department of Environmental Protection to monitor...

Lappin proposes legislation to monitor Second Avenue Subway construction air quality
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Co-op seeks name change of East 52nd Street to boost property values

Shareholders in the Southgate co-op on East 52nd Street, envious of the high valuations addresses on Beekman and Sutton...

Co-op seeks name change of East 52nd Street to boost property values
E. 51st St. crane collapse site still lacks permit

E. 51st St. crane collapse site still lacks permit

From left, 303 East 51st Street, Ziel Feldman, founder of HFZ Capital Group, and City Council member Jessica Lappin...

E. 51st St. crane collapse site still lacks permit
Crane collapse nabe struggling to rebound

Crane collapse nabe struggling to rebound

Developer Ziel Feldman may have stepped in last year to buy the note on the stalled Turtle Bay construction site at 303 East 51st Street, where a 2008 crane collapse killed seven people, but...

Crane collapse nabe struggling to rebound
City pays $32M for UES school building

City pays $32M for UES school building

213 East 63rd Street The city’s School Construction Authority bought the Upper East Side school building at 213 East 63rd Street near Third Avenue from an affiliate of developer World-Wide Group for $32.2 million,...

City pays $32M for UES school building
New public school to open on UES

New public school to open on UES

The Upper East Side is set to get a new elementary school, Public School 267, according to an announcement made today by the Department of Education. The new school, set to open this fall...

New public school to open on UES
Landlord sues state over electric billing

Landlord sues state over electric billing

From left: Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer, Representative Carolyn Maloney, City Council member Jessica Lappin, and State Assembly member Micah Kellner Major multi-family owner Urban American is suing the state Public Service Commission over...

Landlord sues state over electric billing
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