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Manhattanville: Eminent Domain, Columbia University, Tuck-it-Away - 02/26/13 03:18 PM
Manhattanville Like much of upper Manhattan, 200 years ago, Manhattanville was a largely unpopulated wooded valley. By the 1920s Manhattanville was the transit hub of Manhattan. New York's first subway line, then known as the IRT, passed through 125th Street and Broadway with the first elevated subway platform in the world. The Riverside Drive Viaduct, connects Manhattanville by linking Morningside Heights and Hamilton Heights with an elevated overpass, considered revolutionary engineering at the time. The Harlem River Piers were once Manhattan's only major port on the Hudson. Today the #1 Broadway subway line becomes elevated for about 10 blocks around 125th (4 comments)
Tonight many New Yorkers will have their own super bowl. The Academy Awards, The Oscars® There will be many Oscar parties and viewers in Living rooms throughout Manhattan tonight. The New York Academy members and Guests will celebrate the Oscars tonight at Daniel Boulud's iconic landmark restaurant Daniel. Daniel will be rolling out the red carpet for New York-based members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, entertainment industry executives, and several hometown luminaries to celebrate the 85th Oscars with an exclusive viewing party, the only East Coast event officially hosted by the Academy. This year’s show is (11 comments)
NY Governor Signs Coop / Condo Bill into Law - 02/06/13 06:46 AM
Governor Cuomo signed into law (Chapter 4 of the Laws of 2013) the Omnibus Housing bill that renews the coop/condo abatement and J-51 programs and amends the certain provisions of the 421a program.
REBNY the real estate board of new York worked
vigorously over the last six months for the early passage of this legislation which was agreed to at the end of the 2012 legislative session.
A brief explanation of the bill’s provisions is below.
The coop/condo abatement would be extended for three years. However, to be eligible for the abatement, the unit must (2 comments)
NYC Loses an Icon - Hiz Honor former Mayor Koch dies at 88 - 02/01/13 12:17 PM
While one New York city icon Grand Central Terminal celebrates it's 100th birthday today, another New York City icon, former three term NYC mayor Ed Koch died this morning at age 88. We'll be paying our respects to Mayor Ed Koch for a long time. He really heped make NYC what it is today: The greatest City in the World! Ed Koch helped lift the city out of its darkest days and set it on course for an incredible comeback. Koch is most closely associated with saving New York City from financial ruin, but he was also a powerful force in (16 comments)
Going Solo | Pre-War "Micro-Unit" in Harlem - 02/01/13 07:17 AM
Going Solo: The Extraordinary Rise and Surprising Appeal of Living Alone More than 30% of the world's population lives alone, and that percentage is growing daily. How is this profound demographic shift transforming the economic and cultural life of cities around the globe? Join NYU sociologist Eric Klinenberg, the author of Going Solo: The Extraordinary Rise and Surprising Appeal of Living Alone (Penguin, 2012), and Jerilyn Perine, Director of the Citizens Housing and Planning Council, for a discussion about the rise of single adults in New York, Paris, Tokyo, and other world metropolises-- and its implications for urban life as (we (4 comments)
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