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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.

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).

City Begins Review of Brewer/Chin Proposal to Require ULURP in Two Bridges Area

Local elected officials this week filed an application for a zoning text amendment and an Environmental Assessment Statement (EAS) with the city that could potentially put the brakes on three mega-projects in the Two Bridges neighborhood.
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Rivera Votes “Yes” on Tech Hub at Committee, Says Negotiations Are Continuing

The proposed Union Square Tech Training Center took a big step forward Thursday, as the City Council's Subcommittee on Zoning & Franchises gave its approval.

Historic Ideal Hosiery Building, 339 Grand St., Put Up For Sale

A 186-year-old Federal row house, 339 Grand St., just hit the market. The three-and-a-half story property, a city landmark, is the longtime home of Ideal Hosiery, which has been located on the southwest corner of Grand and Ludlow streets since about 1965.

Rivington House Vigil Set For Aug. 8

The local organization, Neighbors to Save Rivington House, is planning a vigil -- "Hands Around Our House" -- for Wednesday, Aug. 8. Developers are moving forward with their own plans to turn the former nursing home into luxury condos. In...
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Someone Really Doesn’t Like This “Illegal Hotel” Mural on First Street

A mural in First Street Green Art Park taking aim at illegal hotel operators has been vandalized for a second time since local residents began creating it in early May.

Target Says It’s Sorry If Some People Were Offended By CBGB Replica

Target was obviously hoping the whole neighborhood would be talking about its new outpost on East 14th Street.

Block Party Celebrates “Past, Present, Future” of SPURA

By the fall, the first phase of the Essex Crossing project in the former Seward Park Urban Renewal Area (SPURA) will be mostly completed.
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Developers, Locals Face Off at CB3 Tonight Over Two Bridges Mega-Towers

The battle for Two Bridges returns to Community Board 3 tonight.
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