Wednesday, June 26, 2013
See which neighborhoods — from Columbus, Ohio to Helsinki, Finland — have been called their city's "answer to Greenwich Village."
Thursday, April 11, 2013
Former New York Governor David Paterson discusses the recent political scandals in Albany and what kinds of reforms could discourage abuse. Plus: highlights from Brian’s forum on housing with mayoral candidates. Then, how external forces – like a specific shade of pink or photographs of a light bulb, for example – can change the way we feel and behave; an April series on recycling looks at organics with Ron Gonen, NYC’s first-ever deputy commissioner of recycling and sustainability; and a 400-year history of Greenwich Village.
Thursday, November 18, 2010
New York University has abandoned plans to build a 38-story tower in Greenwich Village in University Village between Bleecker and Houston Streets. The move came after architect I.M. Pei, who designed the three other towers adjacent to the proposed site, withdrew his support for the project. The proposed plan has also incited local protests.