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GASLIGHT LOUNGE 400 W 14th St, New York, NY 10014 (212) 807-8444

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A Special Villager Supplement

Transforming a district for the new economy  BY JASON D. PIZER  |  At Trinity Real Estate, our focus continues to be on Hudson Square, one of the most dynamic neighborhoods in New York. With low vacancy rates and solid demand, the future is bright. The neighborhood’s attractive fundamentals are complemented and supported by the new read more here »

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WHITE HORSE TAVERN 567 Hudson St, New York, NY 10014 (212) 989-3956

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Transforming a district into a hub of the new economy

  BY JASON D. PIZER  |  At Trinity Real Estate, our focus continues to be on Hudson Square, one of the most dynamic neighborhoods in New York. With low vacancy rates and solid demand, the future is bright. The neighborhood’s attractive fundamentals are complemented and supported by the new rezoning, which balances growth and stability read more here »

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Staying patient but persistent amid frustration on key issues

BY KEEN BERGER  |  I have been accused of being too optimistic. My recent prediction for warm weather was immediately followed by yet another snowstorm. Optimism can be cloying. Consequently, you may be comforted to learn that I am disheartened. Years ago, as district leader, I decided to work intensely on three issues: education, immigration and read more here »

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Stopping N.Y.U. and fighting for 75 Morton and women

BY DEBORAH J. GLICK  |  This is an exciting time for the Village. I am incredibly proud to be part of the successful lawsuit against the wildly inappropriate N.Y.U. 2031 plan. I have stood with the community from the very beginning of its struggle in fighting this overdevelopment, and in doing so, preserving the qualities read more here »

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24-hour medical care returns to the Lower West Side

BY JOHN GUPTA  |  In the shadows of buildings that housed St. Vincent’s Hospital for 160 years, a new era of healthcare is emerging in a ship-like building that once served as the headquarters of the National Maritime Union, on the west side of Seventh Ave., between W. 12th and W. 13th Sts. As part read more here »

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Delayed decades, L.E.S. mega-project set to start

In September, after nearly 50 years of inertia at the Seward Park Urban Renewal Area, then-Mayor Bloomberg announced that developers had been selected for a $1.1 billion plan for the site’s nine remaining city-owned lots at the foot of the Williamsburg Bridge. The developers are L+M Development Partners, BFC Partners and Taconic Investment Partners.  DEVELOPMENT read more here »

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Some amazing victories, but many challenges ahead

BY ANDREW BERMAN  |  Preservation of the historic architectural and cultural character of our neighborhoods is the mission of the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation. The past year, we’ve made some remarkable progress — including the largest expansion of landmark protections in Greenwich Village since 1969, and a stunning victory in court against N.Y.U.’s read more here »

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