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BY DUSICA SUE MALESEVIC | Thirty Park Place, at 926 feet, and 56 Leonard, at 821 feet, still win. At one time, the building that will sprout up at the former St. John’s University site was in the running for the tallest tower in Tribeca at a reportedly 850-950 feet, but in reality it will hit […]

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BY LESLEY SUSSMAN | Got your egg rolls and dumplings yet? If not, you better hurry up. The Chinese Lunar New Year has begun. The celebration started Wednesday night when thousands of Chinese throughout the city — and millions throughout the world — rang in The Year of the Sheep with lots of food and […]

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Woman slashed According to police, on Sat., Jan. 31, at 1:25 p.m., a 30-year-old woman was inside a residential building near the intersection of Jefferson and Madison Sts. when she was approached by a man who, unprovoked, cut her on the right side of her face with an unknown sharp object. Anyone with information about this […]

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Thurs., Feb. 19 – Wed., Feb. 25 ALTERNATE SIDE PARKING IS SUSPENDED THURSDAY FOR ASIAN LUNAR NEW YEAR Sunday is the 16th Lunar New Year Parade in Lower Manhattan. The following streets will have rolling closures between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m.: Mott St. between Broome St. and Chatham Sq., Chatham Sq. between Mott St. […]

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BY JOSH ROGERS  | In what may be his first public comment since being forced to give up his leadership post in Albany, Assemblymember Sheldon Silver told Downtown Express Thursday that the Lower Manhattan School Overcrowding Task Force that he set up seven years ago will continue. “School overcrowding and ensuring children are able to […]

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BY DUSICA SUE MALESEVIC | Lower Manhattan residents will be hit with yet another street construction project, this time on Worth St. from Hudson St. to Park Row. The project will cost $90 million, is slated to begin this fall and will take five years to complete, but other specifics are not yet available. Norberto Acevedo, deputy […]

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Many are taking pleasure in Sheldon Silver’s downfall. He stands accused of pocketing nearly $4 million illegally and, if convicted, could spend two decades in federal prison. At the same time, for community members who have benefitted from his good work in the Assembly, there is also pain. The charges against Silver, who until this […]

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BY DUSICA SUE MALESEVIC  | A representative from Brookfield Office Properties talked retail, construction and North Cove Marina at Community Board 1’s Battery Park City Committee meeting Tuesday. David Cheikin, senior vice president of leasing for Brookfield Office Properties, said that Brookfield Place has 46 tenants with a few more locations to fill. “There’s probably another six […]

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Woman attacked in Tribeca Three men wearing ski masks robbed a woman in Tribeca last weekend, police say. The 21-year-old Brooklyn woman was walking home from her school on Sun., Feb. 1 at 7:47 p.m. when the three teen boys approached her and tried to grab her bag at the corner of Harrison and Greenwich […]

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Thurs., Feb. 5 – Wed., Feb. 11, 2015 ALTERNATE SIDE PARKING IS SCHEDULED TO BE IN EFFECT ALL WEEK, CHECK 311 FOR UPDATES More snow is expected this week, which means there’s a chance that alternate side parking rules will be suspended and transit will be delayed. Check 311, follow me on Twitter @GridlockSam, or […]

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