Community Board 10 voted to approve a rezoning plan Wednesday that would allow Artimus Construction to turn a historic church into apartments and a community art space.
Volunteer docent Thomas Fedorek agrees that outside funding is essential for the preservation of Saint John the Divine.
While some residents believe that the development on the site of a former BP gas station, which closed in 2012, will benefit the area, others felt that they were not properly consulted about their views on the project before a developer was chosen.
A new affordable housing building in Harlem, intended to replace dilapidated units next door, has been stalled for months with no completion date in sight.
A public hearing on a proposed new development in Harlem turned rambunctious Thursday evening, as residents argued that the National Urban League’s plan to move its headquarters back to Harlem would increase gentrification.
After two years of stalled construction, a luxury apartment building on 121st Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard is preparing to welcome tenants next month—if they can afford the high rents.
The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine selected a developer in its controversial project to build residential apartments on the north side of the cathedral grounds.
Jewish Home Lifecare’s plan to build a nursing home in a parking lot on West 97th Street is facing renewed opposition after a study found that construction on the lot could release toxic levels of lead into the air.
Community members and preservationists are concerned that the 109-year-old St. Thomas the Apostle Church, known for its unique architectural design, could be demolished or otherwise harmed in a redevelopment.
Members of a Community Board 7 committee voted unanimously to recommend a liquor license for Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, which is renovating the Metro Theater at Broadway and 100th Street.
Mar 11, 10:41pm
University Senator Marc Heinrich, CC ’16, and CU Dems President Sejal Singh, CC ’15, released the final list of the administrators that will be present at Thursday’s Town Hall on... Read More
Mar 11, 6:01pm
The removal of a banner that advertised Students for Justice in Palestine’s Israeli apartheid week from Barnard Hall sparked debate on campus today. The banner, which read “Stand for Justice. Stand... Read More
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