At the waterfront building, only 71 rent-stabilized tenants are left. When the Kushner Companies bought it, there were 316.
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A report released by the Connecticut boarding school details sexual abuse by at least seven former faculty members, and the administration’s failure to act.
Liuba Grechen Shirley, a Democratic newcomer campaigning as a working mother, is trying to take down New York’s most visible Republican congressman.
A plan will cover the $55,000 annual tuition for every current and future New York University School of Medicine student, regardless of financial need.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s motivation behind his recent attacks on the president has more to do with his re-election this year than any ambitions in 2020.
Much like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Julia Fahl, a first-time candidate in New Jersey, took advantage of an energized Democratic base to defeat a mayor who started serving the year she was born.
Poor neighborhoods that receive a large share of the city’s trash will get relief in a law that caps the amount of garbage sent to transfer stations.
Blink and you could miss it: Between Tracks 16 and 17 on the lower level is Penn Station’s only liquor store. Customers, understandably, are devoted.
The counterfeit goods were knockoffs from designers like Gucci, Hermes and Tory Burch, and filled 22 shipping containers brought in from China.
A community of New Yorkers has formed around controlled, costumed combat.
For Nimrod Reitman and others like him, an adviser’s approval can make the difference when it comes to finding a job, creating an outsize sense of dependency.
Ms. Ocasio-Cortez, a democratic socialist candidate for Congress in New York, called the controversy a “nonstory.”
If you’re going to add plants around a street tree, make sure they’re not too thirsty and have shallow roots.
City-dwellers lucky enough to have a second home often lavish attention on it, because it gives them something their cramped apartments can’t: the life they actually want.
Benefits were held for Guild Hall, East Hampton Library and the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Four years after the popular concert and dance hall closed, a 62-story rental tower rises in its place.
Friday: Aretha Franklin’s performances in the city and readers’ memories of the “Queen of Soul.”
Buyers and developers preoccupied with sky-high homes are reconsidering the lowly basement, as nest seekers look earthbound for deals.
“Delivereros,” many undocumented, put themselves in danger every day, for little reward. After the death of a 14-year-old last November, others in the field take stock.
The co-owner of the salon chain Warren Tricomi cooks in and hikes around his second home, a 60-acre former Russian Orthodox convent in Accord, N.Y.