Adriano Espaillat, the State Senator who came close to defeating Rep. Charles Rangel in 2012, is planning to challenge him for Congress again next year, two uptown political insiders have confirmed to Spectator.
City Council member Gale Brewer has called on the Department of Transportation to apply for federal funding to expand its bike-share program to the Upper West Side.
A host of new pharmaceutical, medical, and biotech companies are at work in West Harlem in a new shared office space started by Columbia biomedical engineering professor Sam Sia.
Some shareholders in a city low-income housing program, with an eye on an upcoming expiration of tax abatements and a long-term vision of the end of their lease, have sold their units to moderate-income buyers.
Many Housing Development Fund Corporation buildings in the city, including ones that don't owe taxes or utility payments, are having difficulty with proper corporate governance.
As co-ops funded by the Housing Development Fund Corporation face foreclosure, the future of one of the city's largest low-income homeownership programs hangs in the balance.
The city Department of Health and Mental Hygiene gave John Jay Dining Hall and JJ’s Place an A grade in a report released Monday, but past inspections have identified more serious issues.
Spectator sat down with Rep. Charles Rangel to talk about city elections, health care reform, international relations, and his political future.
Public Advocate Bill de Blasio was overwhelmingly elected mayor of New York City on Tuesday, setting the stage for the first Democratic administration in the city in more than two decades.
Health officials shuttered Uni Cafe, an eatery at Broadway and 115th Street, on Wednesday morning.
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