Community Board 7's transportation committee has asked the Department of Transportation to consider a plan for a protected bike lane for Amsterdam Avenue, a four-lane roadway many view as one of the most dangerous on the Upper West Side....
Upper West Siders loudly objected to a controversial proposal to build a high-rise nursing home in the neighborhood at a packed public meeting Tuesday night....
The City Council and a group of tenants have filed a lawsuit against the Bloomberg administration over the New York City Housing Authority's plan to build market-rate apartments in public housing complexes, the New York Times reported....
Community Board 7 voted nearly unanimously Wednesday night to name the section of West 97th Street between Amsterdam Avenue and Broadway after Ariel Russo, a four-year-old girl who was killed at the intersection this summer by a speeding, unlicensed driver....
Updated, 10/2, 3:25 p.m.
Jewish Home Lifecare is going under the microscope.
A controversial 20-story nursing home on the Upper West Side is in the process of a state environmental review—but the additional oversight is unlikely to derail plans for the building....
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