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The best pizza in NYC is deep in the heart of Brooklyn — here’s what it’s like to eat at Di Fara Pizza

The best pizza in New York City is deep in the heart of Brooklyn. For the first time in its long history, Di Fara Pizza is opening a second location.
With the Empire State Building in the background, apartment buildings stand in the Chelsea neighborhood in Manhattan, January 11, 2018 in New York City.

People are buying up New York City condos as investments like never before

Investors are buying New York City condos to rent out instead of live in at a record pace, according StreetEasy data cited by Bloomberg. Builders of higher-end homes are under pressure to lower prices and speed up sales, which should give more negotiating power to buyers with bigger budgets.
The cost of living in New York City is at least 68% higher than the US average.

How much it costs to rent in 28 Manhattan neighborhoods, ranked from the least expensive to the most

The cost of living in NYC is notoriously high — the average rent of a Manhattan apartment is $3,667. From SoHo and the East Village to the Upper East Side, we ranked Manhattan neighborhoods from the most to least affordable rent. See the average rent for your NYC neighborhood.
NYC Cyber Command is quietly protecting New Yorkers — and Americans as a whole.

Inside New York City Cyber Command — a government agency most people know nothing about that’s leading America’s biggest city into t...

NYC Cyber Command (NYC3) is changing the way government officials in America's biggest city protect its people amid increasing threats of cyberattacks in the US.
A lack of lab space can be a big challenge for biotech companies hoping to stay in NYC.

Sawing down desks and persevering through a hurricane— how one biotech startup is managing to stay in NYC

Starting a biotech in NYC can be rewarding, but it isn't always easy. An example is personalized reproductive health company Celmatix, which has stayed in the city for the past 9 years, despite cramped quarters and disruptions from a hurricane.

The impending shutdown of a New York City subway line is clobbering rents in parts of Brooklyn

The L-train shutdown is a bargain for New Yorkers who won't mind a longer commute.
The Wing is only open to women.

A women’s only club that raised $32 million is under investigation by New York’s human rights commission for excluding men

The Wing is under investigation of the New York City Commission on Human Rights due to its strict no-men-allowed club rules.
The Holland Tunnel carried over 14 million eastbound vehicles in 2017.

One of NYC’s most important landmarks is set for a five-year, $364 million repair project — here’s how it forever changed the city&#...

The Holland Tunnel solved a major problem that had made it impossible to build long, underwater tunnels for cars.

‘NRA sashay away’: 175,000 people took to the streets for New York City’s ‘March for Our Lives’ rally

Governor Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio were there — but they weren't seen talking.
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9 New York City CEOs share the morning routines that set them up for success

We asked high-powered, New York City-based CEOs to tell us how they spend their mornings — from the time they wake up to the time they get into the office.