We want you to see everything that’s happened in your neighborhood, from news, crime, restaurant spotlights and new buildings. We include the most interesting and relevant news that’s happening in neighborhoods across the New York City area. If you are on a location-enabled device, you should see the highlights across your neighborhood.
|54-Story Tower at 23 Park Row Begins to Rise Above Street Level (12/27) |
NY YIMBY: Concrete for the base of the soon-to-be 54-story tower has mostly wrapped, and formwork has breached street level, signaling the skyscraper’s rise is about to begin in earnest. (Photo: L+M Development)
25 Park Row, New York, NY, United States
|This Bar Has the Oldest, Grandest Urinals In New York City (10/10) |
Bon Appetit: These urinals have become so lauded that, in 2010, a centennial celebration was thrown at the bar that attracted press and history-obsessives from far and wide.
45 East 18th Street, New York, NY 10003, United States
|The Best Burgers in Brooklyn: Hard Time Sundaes (3/28/16) |
East 45th Street, New York, NY, United States
|Carmel Partners’ 118 Fulton Street Tops Out At 66 Floors and 762 Feet, Financial District (9/20) |
118 Fulton Street, New York, NY, United States
|Demolition Permits Filed to Make Way for ODA-Designed Tower at 75 Nassau Street (11/30) |
NY YIMBY: 75 Nassau Street’s 40 floors will result in a rooftop 498 feet tall. What would be the tallest residential building in most major American cities will be mostly lost within the growing skyscraper thicket of Lower Manhattan, though its appearance should still prove iconic, providing solid urban infill.
75 Nassau Street, New York, NY, United States
|Inside The Gig Economy’s New Wave Of Women’s Clubs: The Wing |
In the 19th century, New York’s first women’s clubs provided an essential safe haven. Now the city’s new women-centric gathering spots are looking to fuel a different kind of revolution. (Village Voice) 6/6/17
45 East 20th Street, New York, NY 10003, United States
News – Anything new you should know about your neighborhood.
Real Estate & Development – The city’s changing landscape, from new single family homes in Queens to 1,000 foot towers on Manhattan’s West Side
Business – Business, retail and the workers that run New York
Food & Drink – Places to sit for a cocktail or have a meal, from holes-in-the-wall to Michelin starred restaurants
Mayhem – Crime, injuries and other police activity
Local Color & Development – Sometimes the most fascinating stories are the ones that have happened years ago, or those that have long been part of New York.