“After City Lifts Deed Restriction, Rivington House Building Sold For $116 Million to Luxury Developers”

Lousy news for this neighborhood.

Rivington House sold for $116 million dollars. The city “lifted the deed restrictions without any guarantees that the property would remain a community asset”.

At the same time that Cuomo and de Blasio are frantic to find housing for people with HIV AIDs this building, a former AIDs hospice, was […]

Two -way bike lane on Chrystie Street proposal: CB3 Transportation Committee Meeting

Transportation Alternatives Manhattan activists would like to remind the neighborhood about their Chrystie Street bike campaign.

For those members who are able make this meeting please do attend and lend your expertise.

On March 8th, the Community Board 3 Transportation Committee will see a redesign proposal from DOT (supported by Transportation […]

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Outreach

Noise survey from The New York State Comptroller’s Office

Dear New Yorkers:

The New York State Comptroller’s Office is conducting a survey on noise in New York City neighborhoods and would like you to take the survey.

You can access the survey through your Community Board. Your Community Board will email the survey weekly so make sure that you are on your Community […]