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The 18 best pasta dishes in New York City, picked by top chefs

CrainsNewYork.com (Media & Entertainment) 7/10 1:03A Kate Krader, Bloomberg
The dog days of summer conjure daydreams of ice cream, picnics, barbecues?…?and heaping plates of hearty pasta? “I used to think I needed to make the pastas lighter in summer,” says Andrew Carmellini, who serves notable noodles at Locanda Verde,...

Developer to convert Bank of China employee dorms into apartments

CrainsNewYork.com (Arts) 7/2 7:57A C. J. Hughes
A church-turned-theater-turned-employee dorm in Hell’s Kitchen that housed Bank of China workers for years will be reinvented once again, this time as market-rate housing. Kings Capital Associates, a NoMad-based developer focused on smaller...

Developer to convert Bank of China employee dorms into apartments

CrainsNewYork.com (Media & Entertainment) 7/2 7:57A C. J. Hughes
A church-turned-theater-turned-employee dorm in Hell’s Kitchen that housed Bank of China workers for years will be reinvented once again, this time as market-rate housing. Kings Capital Associates, a NoMad-based developer focused on smaller...

AirTrain fare to JFK airport is half price this summer

CrainsNewYork.com (Media & Entertainment) 7/1 7:43A Caroline Spivack
Call it a summer sale: The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey this week slashed the price of an AirTrain ticket to John F. Kennedy International Airport in half to $4.50 through Labor Day, Sept. 2. Port Authority officials have dropped the...

Major Long Island City rezoning could create 14K homes, city says

CrainsNewYork.com (Media & Entertainment) 6/26 6:58A Nick Garber
Mayor Eric Adams’ administration unveiled details this week about its plans to boost housing in fast-growing Long Island City, saying the neighborhood-wide rezoning plan could produce as many as 14,000 new homes. The city is proposing to allow...

Major Long Island City rezoning could create 14,000 homes, city says

CrainsNewYork.com (Hospitality and Tourism) 6/26 6:58A Nick Garber
Mayor Eric Adams’ administration unveiled details this week about its plans to boost housing in fast-growing Long Island City, saying the neighborhood-wide rezoning plan could produce as many as 14,000 new homes. The city is proposing to allow...

Weekly commuter roundup: June 24-28

CrainsNewYork.com (Media & Entertainment) 6/21 11:24A Caroline Spivack
Here are the subway disruptions, road closures and other commuting changes you should be aware of as you get around the city this week. Subways — 5 train service will end early between East 180th Street in the Bronx and Bowling Green in Manhattan...

Diplo’s Port Antonio, Jamaica

NYTimes.com (Music) 6/11 11:02P Celeste Moure
The Grammy-nominated D.J. and music producer recommends spots in a city he loves on Jamaica’s northeast coast. A dance party makes the cut.

Deals of the Day: June 10

CrainsNewYork.com (Hospitality and Tourism) 6/10 8:06A Eddie Small, C. J. Hughes, Julia
Leases Infrastructure consultant takes space on Park Avenue Address: 2 Park Ave., Manhattan Landlord: PPF Off Two Park Avenue Tenant: AECOM Lease size: 17,490 square feet Asset type: Office Brokers: JLL's Ed DiTolla, Henry Warner and William...

Weekly commuter roundup: May 28 to June 3

CrainsNewYork.com (Media & Entertainment) 5/28 12:33A Caroline Spivack
Here are the subway disruptions, road closures and other commuting changes you should be aware of as you get around the city this week. Roads and bridges The Queens-bound lanes of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway will be fully closed from Atlantic...

Councilmembers demand transparency into Adams' mental health budget

CrainsNewYork.com (Media & Entertainment) 5/13 11:37A Amanda D Ambrosio
City Councilmembers pressed top health officials about Mayor Eric Adams’ executive budget Monday , demanding transparency into how much the city spends on treatment for people with severe mental illnesses as it prepares to negotiate next year’s...

Council members demand transparency into Adams' mental health budget

CrainsNewYork.com (Arts) 5/13 11:37A Amanda D Ambrosio
City Councilmembers pressed top health officials about Mayor Eric Adams’ executive budget Monday , demanding transparency into how much the city spends on treatment for people with severe mental illnesses as it prepares to negotiate next year’s...

City falls well short of mandates on bus, bike lanes

CrainsNewYork.com (Arts) 5/9 1:03A Caroline Spivack
The city’s Department of Transportation is failing miserably to hit annual mileage targets for bus and bike lanes, and elected officials are squabbling over who is to blame. Transit officials were supposed to build 80 miles of bike lanes and 50...
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