The surrounding community is seeking support in its protest of a super-tall building planned at 430 East 58th Street. The developer began the foundation prior to a zoning change that disallows the planned height. The Board of Standards Appeals is reviewing whether the height can be as planned, or must be limited.

JPMorgan Chase has announced plans to demolish its headquarters building at 270 Park Avenue early in 2019. The building is located at Park Avenue between 47th and 48th streets and houses 15,000 employees. It will be replaced by a 70- story tower, 500 feet taller than the existing 52 stories, enabled by the planned purchase of unused air rights from buildings in the area.

CB6/NYU Series on Healthy Living in the Community

Please join us on Wednesday, October 27th from 6 PM to 7:30 PM for the second event in the series. Featured experts are Dr. Joseph Burzynski, Assistant Commissioner, Director of the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Bureau of Tuberculosis Control as well as Dr. Abraham Chachoua, Associate Director of Cancer Services at the Perlmutter Cancer Center at NYU Langone Health....

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Reopening of the Grand Central Library

The New York Public Library (NYPL) has announced that its Grand Central Branch located at 135 East 46th Street will reopen on Monday, October 18th. The branch, which originally closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020, has remained closed since then due to HVAC repairs....

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Community Board Six October Newsletter

CB6 and NYU Langone Sponsor Event on Healthy Living in the Community On Wednesday, CB6 and NYU Langone held an event on Healthy Living in the Community.In the first part […]...

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Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney Weekly Update: Mobile Casework Hours, Abortion Rights, Confronting White Supremacy

Dear Friend, This coming Sunday and Monday my team and I are hosting Mobile Casework Hours near Central Park and on the Lower East Side. I will be there to […]...

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17th Precinct Build the Block Meeting, August 26th at 5pm

Due to the Sutton Place Synagogue polices, if you are vaccinated please bring your vaccination ID card and bring/wear a mask as well. If you happen to forget your mask, […]...

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Friends of Dag Plaza Cafe Salon Talks

CAFE SALON TALKS IN DAG PLAZA START JULY 1ST: GETTING TO KNOW YOU TURTLE BAY Starting July 1, a series of Cafe Salon Talks at the Pink Moose Cafe in Hammarskjold […]...

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The Turtle Bay Association had all of its trash cans power washed last Saturday

Many of our neighbors have asked for garbage grabbers. If you are interested in getting one, please send an email to the TBA office. “Adopt-A-Block” and tend to your block […]...

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The surrounding community is seeking support in its protest of a super-tall building planned at 430 East 58th Street. The developer began the foundation prior to a zoning change that disallows the planned height. The Board of Standards Appeals is reviewing whether the height can be as planned, or must be limited.

JPMorgan Chase has announced plans to demolish its headquarters building at 270 Park Avenue early in 2019. The building is located at Park Avenue between 47th and 48th streets and houses 15,000 employees. It will be replaced by a 70- story tower, 500 feet taller than the existing 52 stories, enabled by the planned purchase of unused air rights from buildings in the area.

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