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New York City voters approved a ballot measure on Tuesday to give community boards—advisory groups representing neighborhoods throughout the city—more oversight involving developments in their districts....
Three new members were appointed to Columbia’s board of trustees, University administrators announced in an email on Thursday morning.
Community members of Morningside Heights and surrounding neighborhoods ranked housing as one of their biggest neighborhood concerns for the following fiscal year at a public hearing on Monday....
When Morningside Heights business owners saw Columbia University swooping up properties left and right, they took to the courts.
Energy, transportation, and building experts all agreed: Implementing the New York state Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act would require collaboration and major planning....
Last Wednesday, in the most recent development of Columbia’s Manhattanville expansion, the University purchased a three-story building for $33.6 million in West Harlem, 10 years after attempting to purchase another property by the company’s then-owner, according to city records made public today. The new building, 3300 Broadway, is located between West 133rd and West 134th Streets....
Only 8 percent of Manhattanville construction workforce hours go to local residents. One program aims to change that.
For many local residents in West Harlem who hope to find a job in construction—either as newcomers or as long-time workers looking for opportunities—one of the most prominent jobs in the area remains out of reach....