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- The committee will also hear a new pitch for a restaurant at 107 Eldridge St. (next door to Fontana's, which closes this week) and learn about the Wu Room, a club operating on the lower level of the Wyndham Garden Chinatown hotel.
- No Smoke After Bank's Fire Alarm Sounds, but Signs of a Heist in Progress
- The fire engine arrived 10 minutes after 10 p.m. that Sunday in Chinatown, stopping outside a building containing offices and a branch of the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China.
- The Fight for Chinatown
- In Manhattan's most culturally distinct neighborhood, long-term residents are fighting for their way of life. Xue Yu Zhu, 56, lives at 113 Madison Street in the heart of Chinatown, nestled between the Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan Bridge.
- Chinatown man, 42, who bashed son in head with meat cleaver convicted after
- A Chinatown man who bashed his teenage son in the head with the blade of a meat cleaver was convicted Thursday after absconding mid-trial. Sheng Zheng, 42, was found guilty by a Manhattan jury of assault, attempted assault and endangering the welfare ...
- On the Scene: EPIC tapped as broker for 158 Irving, C&W marketing 206 East 75th
- A development site at 79 Eldridge Street located between Grand and Hester Streets in Chinatown, was sold for $5,300,000. The property is a vacant parcel measuring 25.3 x 100.
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