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No People in Sight Yet, but South Bronx Gets Ready for Development

No People in Sight Yet, but South Bronx Gets Ready for Development

As part of its long-term proposal for developing the neighborhood on the South Bronx side of the Harlem River, the city is planning a new intersection at 144th Street and Exterior Street.
A Debate Over the Home of New York’s Fashion Industry

A Debate Over the Home of New York’s Fashion Industry

In the garment district in Midtown Manhattan.
Insurance Giant Aetna Is Leaving Hartford for New York City

Insurance Giant Aetna Is Leaving Hartford for New York City

The edge of Aetna’s campus in Hartford. The company, which is moving its headquarters to New York City, had disclosed plans for a move earlier in the year.
A Tired Brooklyn Transit Hub Is Finally Getting Attention

A Tired Brooklyn Transit Hub Is Finally Getting Attention

New York City has ambitious plans to remake the area surrounding Broadway Junction, a major transit hub in Brooklyn that includes six subway lines, buses and a Long Island Rail Road station.
New York City’s Ferry Fleet Is Off to a Fast Start

New York City’s Ferry Fleet Is Off to a Fast Start

After launching in May, New York City’s ferry system has proved enormously popular, with ridership far exceeding expectations.
As Trump Tightens Legal Immigration, Canada Woos Tech Firms

As Trump Tightens Legal Immigration, Canada Woos Tech Firms

Datalogue, a New York City start-up, decided to open a Montreal office rather than go through the expensive and uncertain process of trying to get visas for immigrant workers in the United States.
As Trump Tightens Legal Immigration, Canada Woos Tech Firms

As Trump Tightens Legal Immigration, Canada Woos Tech Firms

Datalogue, a New York City start-up, decided to open a Montreal office rather than go through the expensive and uncertain process of trying to get visas for immigrant workers in the United States.
The Brooklyn Army Terminal: New York’s Next Manufacturing Hub?

The Brooklyn Army Terminal: New York’s Next Manufacturing Hub?

In May, the city finished a $115 million renovation of part of the terminal to attract entrepreneurs.
In This Corner of New York City, It’s Gray-Haired Pedestrians vs. Bikes

In This Corner of New York City, It’s Gray-Haired Pedestrians vs. Bikes

Maurice Rosenthal, center, 96, rests in Clara Coffey Park in the Sutton Place neighborhood in Manhattan. The park is a popular gathering spot for many of the neighborhood’s older residents.
A Plan to Turn New York Into a Capital of Cybersecurity

A Plan to Turn New York Into a Capital of Cybersecurity

On the corner of Broadway and Grand Street in SoHo, Jerusalem Venture Partners is converting a cast-iron building into a cybersecurity innovation hub. When it opens next year, the 50,000-square-foot
Amazon Went to City Hall. Things Got Loud, Quickly.

Amazon Went to City Hall. Things Got Loud, Quickly.

Protesters hung a banner inside the City Council chambers during the hearing.
Amazon Went to City Hall. Things Got Loud, Quickly.

Amazon Went to City Hall. Things Got Loud, Quickly.

Protesters hung a banner inside the City Council chambers during the hearing.
Manhattan Pier Is Deemed Unsafe, Forcing Cancellation of an Art Show

Manhattan Pier Is Deemed Unsafe, Forcing Cancellation of an Art Show

Organizers of the Armory international art show have decided to relocate most of its exhibitors from damaged Pier 92, left, to nearby Pier 90.
Mayor de Blasio Vowed to Create 100,000 Jobs. The Truth? No One Really Knows.

Mayor de Blasio Vowed to Create 100,000 Jobs. The Truth? No One Really Knows.

Mayor Bill de Blasio’s New York Works project, which aimed to create 100,000 jobs, is being scrutinized by the City Council.
Square Feet: New York Marketplace Embraces Its Immigrant Past

Square Feet: New York Marketplace Embraces Its Immigrant Past

Essex Street Market was set up on the Lower East Side in 1940 to take pushcarts off the streets. It will join the Market Line in Essex Crossing this spring.
Square Feet: New York Marketplace Embraces Its Immigrant Past

Square Feet: New York Marketplace Embraces Its Immigrant Past

Essex Street Market was set up on the Lower East Side in 1940 to take pushcarts off the streets. It will join the Market Line in Essex Crossing this spring.