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Upper East Side »

Crane Used to Rescue Worker Who Fell at Second Avenue Subway Site

The worker fell near Second Avenue and East 69th Street Monday, officials said.

Upper East Side »

Hospital for Special Surgery Pitches In to Build East River Esplanade

Private institutions like the hospital and Rockefeller University will help improve the waterfront.

Upper East Side »

More Seating and Bike Racks Headed to Second Avenue Once Subway Opens: DOT

The DOT plans to make street improvements once the first phase of the Second Avenue Subway is completed.

Park Slope »

See the Newest High-Rise Coming to Brooklyn's Fourth Avenue

Developer Greystone released a rendering for the residential project next to the Lyceum.

Clinton Hill »

New Myrtle Ave. Building May Rise 2 Stories Higher Than Expected

Renderings for 504 Myrtle Ave. show a seven-story building with an additional rooftop level.

Crown Heights »

New Six-Story Building to Rise on Former Franklin Ave. Community Garden Lot

The building at 730 Franklin Ave. in Crown Heights was designed by Issac and Stern Architects.

Long Island City »

Neighbor Decorates Drab Scaffolding to 'Dull the Horror of Construction'

Chris Carlson adorned the construction scaffolding next door to his home with art and holiday lights.

Chelsea »

Unauthorized Gas Work Sparks Explosion Fears for Tenants Above Barneys

Construction on the Chelsea building has been cited for unauthorized work on the gas connection.

Long Island City »

Street Fair to Kick Off Construction of New Hunters Point Library Branch

The groundbreaking will include stories, face-painting, carnival games and food from local eateries.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

MAP: 13 New Buildings Coming to Crown Heights and Prospect-Lefferts Gardens

DNAinfo New York rounded up development projects in the neighborhood, most of them residential.

Crown Heights »

4-Story Building Could Replace Crown Heights Community Garden

The construction plans at 115 Rogers Ave. would take over the Roger That Garden plot.

West Village »

Philip Seymour Hoffman Hangout Chocolate Bar is Closing

The Eighth Avenue cafe and sweetshop will close at the end of this month, the owner said.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy Residents Catalog 'Hideous' Buildings in Plea for Better Design

Locals are attempting to create a dialogue with developers to call for façades that blend with the area.

West Village »

Board Demands City Action After Woman is Killed by Flying Plywood

Community Board 2 wants the mayor to create a program like Vision Zero for the Department of Buildings.

West Village »

PHOTOS: Former Landmark Building Demolished to Make Way for Condos

The former home of Veranda on Seventh Ave. South will be replaced by six stories of condos and retail.