Home » Archives by category » Business

Gov targets 100% clean energy by ’40; Some say it’s not enough

BY SYDNEY PEREIRA | Governor Andrew Cuomo recently announced his version of a “Green New Deal” to tackle climate change and ramp up clean energy. Under his plan, 100 percent of the state’s electricity would be generated by clean power by 2040. This would be achieved by using a mix of energy sources like solar, wind, […]

BY GABE HERMAN | As the new “mini city” of Hudson Yards keeps coming into being, details were announced on Jan. 15 for the second-floor offerings in the complex’s Shops and Restaurants building, which is shaping up to be quite the luxury upscale retail and dining destination. The “Floor of Discovery,” as the second floor […]

Continue reading …

BY RICHARD MOSES AND ERIK BOTTCHER | There are few neighborhoods in the United States more historic than Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Walking the blocks around Orchard St., one is transported back in time. A wealth of rich terra-cotta ornamentation, regal stone entryways and exuberant wood and metal cornices delineate almost every structure. The buildings, remarkably […]

Continue reading …

Home care patients are often uncomfortable letting a stranger into their home to take care of their medical and personal needs. It’s can be an anxiety-inducing experience for patients. Thankfully, there is an alternative: the Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program (CDPAP), a statewide Medicaid program that has helped thousands of patients over the last decade. […]

Continue reading …
Continue reading …

BY LINCOLN ANDERSON | Nearly three years ago, Chelsea residents, with the support of their always-responsive councilmember, Corey Johnson, succeeded in getting the city to commit to building a park on W. 20th St. between Sixth and Seventh Aves. Mayor de Blasio, however, had initially earmarked the site for affordable housing. But he relented in […]

Continue reading …

BY JOSEPH REIVER | Our community has been fighting for more than five years to save the Elizabeth St. Garden. This convoluted struggle, full of blurred lines where communities and values have been set against one another, is the carefully orchestrated outcome of Mayor Bill de Blasio, Councilmember Margaret Chin and the leaders of the […]

Continue reading …

BY JEANNINE KIELY | Why would the city destroy forever Elizabeth St. Garden — a thriving green oasis, outdoor education center and cherished, heavily used garden in a park-starved neighborhood — when there is a better alternative? Nearby there is an unused and litter-strewn city-owned lot that can provide five times more housing for seniors […]

Continue reading …

BY MICHELE DeMIZIO [Sponsored Content] | The breathtaking backdrop of beautiful Battery Park City is the perfect place to immerse your child in a nurturing, natural and peaceful environment.  As a first introduction to school and society,  Preschool of America at 2 South End is specifically designed and suited to inspire children and connect them […]

Continue reading …

BY GABE HERMAN | The Village Apothecary has been a West Village fixture since opening 35 years ago. Its ownership is proudly independent, and the store is known for its personalized care and being on the frontlines in battling H.I.V. and AIDS since the 1980s. Now the pharmacy, at Bleecker and W. 10th Sts., is […]

Continue reading …
Page 1 of 52123Next ›Last »