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  By Kevin Korber of Village Confidential Community Board 2 has set up a public hearing on June 8th in regards to the Rudin/North Shore-planned development on the former site of St. Vincent’s Hospital. They will be followed by hearings in front of the Department of City Planning on June 28th. The...
06/28/2011
  By Kevin Korber of Village Confidential On the corner of MacDougal Street and King Street is an abandoned building, a triplex that has been left vacant for decades. For years, 43 MacDougal Street has been the subject of rumors and tales among the neighborhood’s residents. Stories about the buil...
06/28/2011
    By Kevin Korber of Village Confidential New York City’s Rent Guidelines Board agreed to an increase in rates for leasers of stabilized apartments in New York yesterday. The approved changes would raise the limit on rent hikes to 3.75 percent on one-year leases and 7.25 percent on two-year lea...
06/28/2011
By Kevin Korber of Village Confidential The New York Daily News reports that the New York State Senate rejected a proposal to extend expiring rent regulations while new regulations are still being discussed among lawmakers. The extension, proposed by Senate Republicans and supported by Governor A...
06/21/2011
By Donna Dazzo of Village Confidential There it was  ---  among the stacks of new fiction books on the table.  I was immediately drawn to it by its cover.  I could tell that it might just be my kind of book.  So I picked it up and started reading the jacket. A segment I saw on CBS's Sunday Mornin...
06/21/2011
By Village Confidential A Community Board hearing on the Rudin-North Shore plans for St. Vincent’s hospital became a forum for residents angry over the hospital’s closing and the lack of comprehensive health care options in the area. The meeting, which took place Wednesday evening at the Village...
06/10/2011
By Village Confidential Yesterday marked the end of part of the re-design of Washington Square Park as the eastern side of the park was re-opened to the public for the first time since 2009. The opening comes after a few delays in the estimated completion time of the project. The opening of the ...
06/04/2011
By Village Confidential   If you have ever walked by the Cage basketball courts at West 3rd and Sixth Avenue on a summer afternoon, you’ve seen them in action:  young men and women swishing the ball, braving the summer heat, playing their hearts out under the gaze of thousands of passersby. Thes...
06/04/2011
  By Village Confidential   The Children’s Aid Society recently sold their two buildings at 209 and 219 Sullivan Street to a developer who intends to build condos on the site. After considering numerous bids for the buildings, the nonprofit sold the buildings to Broad Street Development for a rep...
06/04/2011
Forty-five testimonials and fifty pages of written protests were sent to the Department of City Planning by Community Board 2 at a May 24th hearing to discuss the planned “superblock” development by New York University. The May 24th hearing was the public’s first chance to voice opinions on the ...
06/04/2011
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