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Yep, New Interactive Map Shows Lower East Side Mega Tower is One of the City’s Biggest

As we all know, there's a crazy amount of construction happening on the Lower East Side, and all over New York City. A new interactive map from the Department of Buildings tracks the biggest projects in real time.

Apartment of the Week, Sponsored by Sotheby’s International Realty

MILLION DOLLAR VIEWS, ABUNDANCE OF LIGHT, UNOBSTRUCED DOWNTOWN AND RIVER VIEWS, BREATHTAKING OUTDOOR SPACE, SMART APARTMENT all describe this quintessential architect-designed and renovated to perfection penthouse facing South, West and North.

Inside Nine Orchard, New Hotel Coming to Historic Jarmulowsky Bank Building

The 1912 Jarmulowsky Bank Building has been covered in scaffolding and shrouded in secrecy for several years.
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243 East Village Apartments Preserved Through Affordable Housing Program

The affordability of 243 rental apartments in the East Village has been locked in for 40 years under an agreement announced yesterday.

(Opinion) Union Square Tech Hub Approval is a Bad Deal For a Community Reeling From Overdevelopment

An opinion piece from Andrew Berman of the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation.

Now is Your Chance to Sound Off on Those Proposed Mega-Towers Along the East River

If you have an opinion about more gigantic towers along the waterfront on the Lower East Side, this coming Tuesday evening, Aug. 14, is your chance to speak out.
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Apartment of the Week, Sponsored by Halstead Property

Generously proportioned studio with open views facing north. Well proportioned main living space, separate kitchen and three large closets. Separate dressing area off of the bathroom. All new flooring throughout and freshly painted. Five large windows offers excellent light all day long. Open views facing north towards midtown skyline.

City Council Unanimously Approves Union Square Tech Training Center

The New York City Council voted 45-0 yesterday to approve plans for the Union Square Tech Training Center, a 21-story complex at 124 East 14th St. The support of local City Council member Carlina Rivera was critical in clearing the way for the controversial tech hub.

Here’s How Tenants Harassed By Steve Croman Can Receive Restitution

The state attorney general's office has announced the establishment of an $8 million restitution fund for current and former tenants of notorious landlord Steve Croman.
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More Luxury Apartments Coming to Lot Next to Clinton Street Synagogue

These days on the Lower East Side, developers will build on any lot they can get their hands on, no matter how small (the lot, not the hands).
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Lower East Side Arts and Events

A few upcoming events that caught our eye this week: "The Village! A Disco Daydream" returns to Dixon Place for...

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