New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has settled deceptive business practices complaints against the the company that owns Manhattan housing complexes Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village.
Just like Cyndi Lauper , Shindigger has prepared since childhood for Broadway's biggest night by practicing our acceptance speech "to the shower curtain."
Starting Monday, Washington Heights and Inwood parking restrictions will be eased as street sweeping schedules are reduced - thanks to the neighborhoods' improving cleanliness.
The choice used to be an easy one. Those who could afford it chose the city. Those who wanted more space for their bucks chose the lower borough.
For most of us, we're just happy that our hotel room in Manhattan doesn't look out onto a brick wall.
It was only two years ago that Nafi's Condiments and Sauces - a line of habanero-based pepper sauces and pastes - was launched in New York City, but the journey that led to Nafissatou Camara's jumpstarting her business began many years before.
New York City unveiled the first of 25 free solar charging stations for mobile phones on Tuesday, installed in response to Superstorm Sandy, which wiped out power and forced residents to walk miles to charge their phones.
The FBI released new surveillance video that tracks the bike-riding suspect in the 2008 Times Square military recruiting station bombing from 37th Street to the device drop-off point.
Jack Resnick & Sons' 199 Water Street, which bore the full wrath of Hurricane Sandy, has just signed two full-floor leases totaling over 70,000 square feet, the New York Post reported.
A 16-story condo, which is rising on Queens Boulevard, between Continental Avenue and 71st Road, is scheduled to be completed in June 2014.
A Manhattan police officer slain in the line of duty 40 years ago was hailed as a hero at a ceremony today outside the Harlem stationhouse where he worked.
This past Saturday, I was invited to test-drive Kate Spade Saturday 's new touchscreen storefront in NYC's Meatpacking District.
Police are asking for the public's help locating a man wanted in connection with the rape of a Manhattan woman over the weekend.
Self-storage operator TI Storage has acquired a 36,000-square-foot parking lot in Manhattan, N.Y., on which it plans to develop a self-storage facility.
Erik Benson, "The Park," installation view at the Arsenal Gallery The name Robert Moses has become synonymous with the type of city planning most sentient New Yorkers hate.
Eric Einhorn at the Cotton Club, after a rehearsal for his co-production of George Gershwin's "Blue Monday."