Times Square Alliance Demonstrates Steadfast Devotion to its Iconic Destination

Times Square Alliance Demonstrates Steadfast Devotion to its Iconic Destination

BY EILEEN STUKANE | Founded in 1992, the Times Square Alliance is a Business Improvement District (BID) that came into being as Times Square was emerging from a transformation. Streets that were seedy and scary were now dotted with entertainment venues and retailers respectable enough for the whole family. In 2008/2009, pedestrian plazas arrived and […]

Block Association Believes Relationship Established at Meeting Bodes Well for TF Cornerstone’s Block-Spanning Chelsea Project

Block Association Believes Relationship Established at Meeting Bodes Well for TF Cornerstone’s Block-Spanning Chelsea Project

BY SCOTT STIFFLER | A current Chelsea-based project from family-owned New York City real estate firm TF Cornerstone puts to rest speculation about the fate of a three-property patch that, in its bustling prime, offered food, film, and finance within the span of just a few feet. Off the market and destined for demolition are […]

February 1, 5, 7: Participate in the Environmental Review for Redevelopment of NYCHA’s Fulton & Elliott-Chelsea Houses

February 1, 5, 7: Participate in the Environmental Review for Redevelopment of NYCHA’s Fulton & Elliott-Chelsea Houses

February 1, 5, 7: Three Opportunities for the Public to Participate in the Environmental Review   For Redevelopment of the NYCHA (NYC Housing Authority) Fulton and Elliott-Chelsea Houses The Fulton and Elliott-Chelsea PACT (Permanent Affordability Commitment Together) project has begun an environmental review process that analyzes the impact to the human, built, and natural environment in […]

Jan. 31 Community Council Meeting is First to Follow Dec. Do/Don’t & Will/Won’t Declarations

Jan. 31 Community Council Meeting is First to Follow Dec. Do/Don’t & Will/Won’t Declarations

The 10th Precinct Community Council Meeting Wednesday, January 31, 7pm At the 10th Precinct (230 W. 20th St. btw. 7th & 8th Aves.) UPDATE: Since this article’s publication, the 10th Precint has noted that because of illness, CO Capt. Brathwaite will not attend the Jan. 31 Community Council meeting. Executive NYPD Officer Captain Magliente will […]

Sweet Savings for Bakery’s Supporters, on ‘Soft Open’ Weekend of Jan. 27/28

Sweet Savings for Bakery’s Supporters, on ‘Soft Open’ Weekend of Jan. 27/28

BY SCOTT STIFFLER | After years spent perfecting his baking skills, former attorney and longtime Village resident DongJu Song took a leap of faith that landed him in Chelsea, as founder/owner of The Sleeping Cat (160 Seventh Ave. btw. W. 19th & 20th Sts.). As we noted in a recent small business profile (click here […]

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