Residents of the affordable portion will now get shared access to a courtyard and a roof deck facing the Hudson River.
The FDNY is taking steps to prevent infection after more than a dozen probationary firefighters were diagnosed with the drug-resistant staph infection called MRSA.
The diner chain’s Financial District location at 150 Nassau Street will be unlike any other Denny’s you’ve seen.
Joan Rivers was in a medically-induced coma Thursday night at Mount Sinai Hospital, after she went into cardiac arrest while undergoing a throat procedure at a clinic on the Upper East Side.
Police on Thursday arrested a Long Island man after he allegedly crashed into a house in Seaford.
The NYPD has asked the public for help in identifying and locating an individual wanted in connection with a grand larceny that took place in Queens.
Police on Thursday released a surveillance video of a suspect in the sexual abuse of a woman in a Bronx apartment building.
Mayor Bill de Blasio signed the legislation Thursday.
A New York City businessman has pleaded guilty to stealing from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority by providing poor-quality oil for city buses and passing it off as the good stuff.
Two homeless men accused of killing a concert violinist during a robbery in her rural home were ordered held without bail Thursday after a prosecutor detailed how the 61-year-old musician was shot twice and stabbed after opening her door to let them use her phone.
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton said Thursday that he absolutely wants to rebut the terror the news media has created about crime.
While declining to make an endorsement for New York state governor in the Democratic primary in The New York Times has endorsed Tim Wu for lieutenant governor over Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s running mate Kathy Hochul.
The city is continuing to beef up security on the Brooklyn Bridge following two high-profile security breaches.
When many New Yorkers are heading out of town for Labor Day weekend, President Barack Obama is heading not to the city, but to Westchester County for a pair of events.
Mayor Bill de Blasio insisted Thursday that universal prekindergarten sites set to open next week are being thoroughly vetted for safety.