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After Demolition Scare, Chelsea NYCHA Tenants Forge New Path With Private Management

Fulton and Chelsea-Elliott residents met with top housing officials for months to hash out what comes next for their Manhattan homes. The process has been rocky at times, but could become a model for how NYCHA engages with tenants across the city.

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City Suddenly Drops Crusade to Block Chelsea Hotel Upgrade

After a lengthy legal battle over charges of tenant harassment, housing agency lawyers abandon their case as a decades-old document surfaces. A lawyer for some residents calls the reversal "highly suspicious."

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Top Corey Johnson Aide Running for His Chelsea Council Seat

Erik Bottcher, the speaker’s chief of staff, is building his campaign on community connections that stretch from Greenwich Village to Hell’s Kitchen.

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PHOTOS: A Year in the Life of THE CITY

Check out our month-by-month collection of pictures capturing scenes of New York — a city where even the ordinary shines through the right lens.

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Mob Looted Tax-Break Towers Rising Along The High Line: Feds

The Gambino crime family inflated bills for work on a Chelsea condo complex with a $25m penthouse — and a $1.5m tax credit, prosecutors allege.

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Chelsea ‘Women’s Building’ Backers Break Out of Prison Conversion

Philanthropists from the Buffett family drop high-profile plans to turn the former Bayview Correctional Facility into a hub for female empowerment.

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Wrong Envelope: Students Accepted to Coveted Lab School After Rejection Snafu

Some 144 students were erroneously informed that they didn’t get into the coveted New York City Lab School for Collaborative Studies.


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