Now that Lena Dunham is a Vogue cover model, Greenpoint is now even more on the map. Read More
New York’s Hudson Square neighborhood is getting a $27 million makeover thanks to funding from the New York City Economic Development Corporation, the New York City Council and matching funds from the Hudson Square Connection Business Improvement District.
The move reflects a shift from the center of the city’s printing industry into one clustered with Read More
It seems as though the Bloomberg administration is hell-bent on delivering on its promise that each neighborhood share the burden of garbage collection.
That includes Soho and the Upper East Side. Read More
There may be hope yet for bagel freaks on the Upper West Side.
Evan Giniger, a neighborhood resident and the president of retail retail services company Dynamic Resources Inc., stepped forward at a Monday night rally in Riverside Park to say that he could find a way to resurrect the H&H Bagels that just closed at Broadway and 80th. “[Marc Fintz, the shop's former manager] was sort of joking around—he said the two choices would be if somebody finds us a new space or if somebody has some money to invest,” Mr. Giniger said. Read More
“This is the last time we can get a bagel at this bagel store,” a father in rather formal casualwear explained to his pigtailed daughter. “O.K.,” she said, seemingly unfazed by the news.
Other, older Upper West Siders were fazed by the news that the legendary—it was featured in the ‘Festivus’ episode of Seinfeld and the Meg Ryan movie You’ve Got Mail—bagel store was closing.
While the store announced last week that it would shutter, it didn’t specify when—leading many to unexpectedly find themselves with one last bagel over the weekend. Read More
If a tree falls in a New York neighborhood and no one blogs about it, does it make a sound? Perish that thought.
The New York Times, with help from some N.Y.U. journalism students, will invade the East Village’s hallowed blogging ground next Friday. Until now, The Times has shied away from documenting the minutia Read More
You know a neighborhood’s no longer bohemian when a group of neighborhood business owners holds a conclave at a marketing company’s offices to consider how to better market the area’s “restaurants, architecture or Bohemian feel.”