Residents of Windsor Terrace say they have too many problems to welcome a 13-story luxury building at 312 Coney Island Ave to their neighborhood.
Police are investigating a series of similar apartment break-ins, and they suspect the same person is behind them all
The City Council’s zoning committee voted unanimously Wednesday against a proposal that would have massively expanded Lenox Terrace, a famed Harlem apartment complex. The vote came as a victory for tenants and community members, who have been fighting the rezoning ever since it entered the city’s public review process last August.
“This is a really important day for us,” Lenn Shebar, president of the Lenox Terrace Association for Concerned Tenants, told NY City Lens. “We’re a small tenants’ association, with a small budget. And yet we’ve been able to come together and beat the goliath.”
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How does someone without a bank account navigate the city’s increasingly digitized financial system?
The media mogul was acquitted of the two most serious charges, but still faces up to 25 years in prison
The jury has been deliberating for days, but the case is far from over
Hundreds of islanders lined the streets of Washington Heights Saturday to protest the electoral troubles in their homelan
A gym full of angry Queen’s residents greeted Mayor Bill de Blasio with boos Wednesday night at a Town Hall meeting at JHS 190 Russel Sage in Forest Hills. Attendees had plenty of questions and even more complaints. One man was even escorted out when he told de Blasio he was the worst mayor New York City has ever had.
People were upset about several issues, including plans to open a new men’s homeless shelter and a borough-based jail in Kew Gardens, public safety, parking, and accusations of racism in the public school system. The meeting was particularly contentious, and many
The jury for the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault trial deliberates for second day without reaching a verdict
The teenage boy will be charged as an adult for the murder of the Barnard freshman
For journalists covering the sexual assault trial of the movie mogul, it’s meant long, tedious hours outside the courtroom
Judge asks jurors to review evidence and clarification on the charges
The president’s clemency frenzy, included Bernie Kerik, who spent three years in prison for tax fraud and making false statements
The NYPD had recently taken away Paul Federico’s service revolver