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Grand Street Fire Update

Here's an update on the efforts to help the victims of the Grand Street fire: The Department of Housing Preservation and Development is working on finding long-term housing for about 200 people displaced by the disaster. Right now, they're living...

Grand Street Tenants Ask Fire Officials Tough Questions

Last night, city officials faced pointed questions from tenants about the Fire Department's response to last Sunday night's devastating blaze on Grand Street.  The residents had came to an informational meeting in Chinatown, which included briefings from several city...

Grand Street Fire Update

Contractors are working quickly to take down the Grand Street buildings destroyed by fire one week ago. This was the scene yesterday afternoon -- workers hovering above the wreckage, carefully removing the top floors of 283 and 285 Grand. On...

Residents Displaced by Fire Attend Briefing in Chinatown

The human toll of this week's destructive fire on Grand Street came into sharp focus last night. A large number of residents displaced by the blaze crowded into the basement of the Chinese Benevolent Association on Mott Street for...

Dramatic New Photos Show Devastation Caused by Grand Street Fire

From Grand Street, the destruction caused by Sunday night's fire looks bad enough. But this morning, we have new photos taken from inside 289 Grand (the building on the corner of Grand and Eldridge Streets) illustrating the full extent...

Elderly Man Missing After Grand Street Fire

An elderly man who was inside one of the apartment buildings that went up in flames on Grand Street last night has not been accounted for. City Councilmember Margaret Chin, who has spent most of the day on the...

Two Grand Street Buildings Likely to Be Demolished, Housing Advocates Examine Fire Code Violations

We just returned from the scene of the Grand Street fire. Officials from the Fire Department and the Dept. of Housing Preservation & Development briefed City Councilmember Margaret Chin a short time ago. They have determined that two out...
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Photo: Sara D. Roosevelt Park. Some of the headlines that caught our eye in the past week: --The NYPD cracked...
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