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With coronavirus keeping people at home, restaurants are shutting their doors and shifting their business models to adapt to the crisis.
A New York Times reporter took a look at immigrants living in the cramped, dark, illegal spaces in Queens.
“I wish we could just say 'filmmakers,'” Tribeca Enterprises CEO Jane Rosenthal says.
It's the urban underbelly of the Marie Kondo effect.
The city's Vision Zero program has cut road deaths by a third over five years
Google has announced plans to double its New York offices with a $1 billion investment. The new urban campus, in a lower Manhattan neighborhood, isn’t exactly what forecasters had in mind when they predicted tech would expand out of Silicon Valley,…
The New York City Council voted in August to give the Taxi and Limousine Commission the authority to determine a minimum wage for contract drivers for Uber and Lyft. The commission set the rate this week at $17.22 an hour,…
For a lot of people, a physical cookbook is a way to escape a screen – and make some memories.
One couldn't afford rent in a hip neighborhood; the other survives on pricey specialties.
Residents fear the area will become unaffordable.