Local cycling advocates have expressed concern that West Harlem and the Upper West Side do not have enough bike lanes to accommodate the recently announced expansion of New York City’s bike-sharing program into Upper Manhattan.
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As residents of the Frederick Douglass Houses await a response to their lawsuit against the New York City Housing Authority, housing lawyers say the efficacy of their action, which cited unacceptable living conditions, is uncertain.
Harper’s Publisher John “Rick” MacArthur, CC ’78 and a former Spectator trustee, is investing in the new store on Columbus Avenue as part of what both sides hope will be a mutually beneficial partnership.
Custom-designed to fit under Central Park’s bridges, the ambulances cost $150,000 to $175,000 apiece. Two of the unit’s three vehicles were destroyed in a fire last Thursday.
After arriving at Rose Sanders’ home on 100th Street and Manhattan Avenue on Saturday morning, police found the infant “unconscious and unresponsive.”
Opponents of the proposed Jewish Home Lifecare building on 97th Street are planning to continue to fight the project.
Situated next to the Bloomingdale School on West 104th Street, a colorful playground is the focus of a new joint initiative to improve playground accessibility citywide.
Members of Friends of Stryker Park want to beautify an area of sidewalk between Amsterdam and Columbus avenues on the north side of West 97th Street, just west of P.S. 163. But members of Park West Village Tenants’ Association are concerned about increased pedestrian traffic a new plaza could bring.
The victim, a porter in the nearby Pomander Walk housing co-op, was stabbed in the right arm around 2:23 p.m. and taken to Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Hospital, while the 26-year-old suspect is now in custody, police said.