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The West End neighborhood is one of Manhattan's most beautiful and quiet residential neighborhoods. The majority of buildings along West End Avenue are architecturally distinctive pre-war coops. West End Avenue has the longest stretch of pre-war architecture and ambience in Manhattan. From neo Renaissance to Art Deco, West End Avenue is a neighborhood, an address with its own special cachet. WEA has stretches of late nineteenth century town houses and several churches and synagogues, but it is almost entirely made up of handsome residential buildings built in the first decades of the twentieth century. The near total absence of (2 comments)
NEW YORK CITY'S RISING POPULATION: 2010 CENSUS - 03/24/10 12:26 AM
STATEMENT BY MAYOR BLOOMBERG ON NEW YORK CITY'S RISING POPULATION "Today's update of census data indicates that - despite the continued national economic downturn that's causing many cities around the country to shrink - New York City's population continues to grow to record highs. Since 2000, the City's population has grown by more than 383,000 people and is close to 8.4 million people, with each borough growing by at least 3.5 percent. That's great news for our City's economy and a tribute to everyone who is working to improve our city's quality of life and help New Yorkers live longer. (3 comments)
Oscar Night and the City: NYC Oscar Week - 03/01/10 07:02 PM
Photo courtesy of NYC & Company and AMPAS. Oscar Week NYC concludes with a gala screening of the Oscars. To help New York City movie lovers prepare for the 82nd Annual Academy Awards, the City is celebrating with a weeklong series of exhibitions, screenings, and film-related events at various locations.The Film Society of Lincoln Center will showcase a number of classic films that shot on location in New York City, including West Side Story, The Godfather, Raging Bull and Annie Hall, among others, during a weekend screening series (March 5-7) at the Walter Reade Theater.From now to March 7, The Shops (7 comments)
After a successful effort to persuade the federal government to move the Khalid Shaikh Mohammed trial from New York City, the Real Estate Board of New York has turned its attention to the missing station in the No. 7 line. REBNY started a Web site BuildTheStation.com, a petition drive and a lobbying campaign to press the Obama administration to come up with hundreds of millions of dollars to pay for the station. As work proceeds on a $2-billion extension of the No. 7 subway line, which currently bypasses a station previously planned for West 41st Street and Tenth Avenue, the Real Estate (8 comments)
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