New York City has a mandate to distribute services and facilities, including shelters, fairly across the city, but it’s failing to do so — and is not being transparent about it, according to a new audit by Comptroller Brad Lander’s office. The report and audit, provided to THE CITY, found that city agencies have not […]
Berkay Sebat has been edging toward becoming the owner and operator of one of the state’s first cannabis dispensaries. But it’s been four months since the Office of Cannabis Management informed him that he’d been matched with a storefront in SoHo, and he’s not sure he’ll ever get his site. A court injunction on the […]
A planned supertall apartment tower at Ground Zero is poised for a potential $31 million government funding boost — using money designated after 9/11 for lower Manhattan job creation and waterfront improvements. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development last month approved a proposal by the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation to redirect $21 million […]
Only 600 people a day can be served by ICE at 26 Federal Plaza — leaving even those who have appointments and looming asylum deadlines locked out and at risk.
Campaigns of 13 candidates for City Council got the maximum possible donations from the MSG political committee.
A City Council committee shrinks the timeline for the Midtown arena’s operation as Penn Station plans hang in the balance.
New York state is asking all Essential Plan, Child Health Plus and Medicaid participants to reapply, after a pandemic paperwork pause. The requirement could lead thousands to lose health insurance.
Astro’s Community Dog Run is slated to close, leading Community Board 4 to demand a new spot.
Governor announces more income-restricted units and set-aside for locals there on 9/11 — while acknowledging impact of ‘100% affordable’ agitators.
Liquor license applicants are required to come before community boards before a license is granted — but that’s not the process for weed businesses.