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Members of Sustainable South Bronx and Sarah Lawrence College students install a green roof on a dormitory.
In his scathing critique of the 1929 Regional Plan
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Pier 17 at South Street Seaport could be demolished under plans to redevelop the area.
After 40 years of widely criticized development at the South Street
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Critics complain street fairs like this one in Manhattan cost the city money, clog traffic and are too monotonous. But people come out for them all the same.
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The city's push for sustainability has helped spur New Yorkers to get involved in activities such as planting trees and improving the energy efficiency of their homes.
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Vision 2020, New York City's plan for its waterfront, seems to offer something for every New Yorker: promenades along the shore, bucolic wetlands with lots of fish
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The city’s Economic Development Corp. has little to do with Yankee pitcher C.C. Sabathia's won loss record, but it did play a major role at in creating
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The Empire State Building better move over. It's about to share some skyline.
The City Council on Wednesday approved a controversial 67-floor skyscraper, reaching nearly 1,200
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In 2005, then-Deputy Mayor Daniel Doctoroff and then-City Council Member John Liu reached agreement on the Flushing Commons project. But now, with the
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High-speed modems, such as these allow speedy access to the Internet, something many New York households lack.
In New York City, a whopping 98 percent of residents have cable
Queens West, like many of the large new developments in the city, will provide thousand of parking spaces when it is completed.
In its effort to achieve a "greener and greater