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Fort Greene »

Workers Prep for Inspection at Site of Fatal Fort Greene Building Collapse

Workers removed debris at a Fort Greene building collapse that left one man dead and two injured. 

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Luxe Hell's Kitchen Development Must be Affordable, Locals Say

CB4 wants 20 percent of Durst's W57 development to be permanent affordable housing.

West Village »

St. Vincent's Developer Seeks Access to Neighboring Luxury Condos

The developer asked a state court to force Village residents to allow construction on their building.

Bushwick »

Bushwick Building Evacuated Because of Cracked Foundation

The four-story building at 420 Melrose St. became unstable because of nearby construction.

Greenpoint »

Nassau Avenue Construction Halts 'Girls' and Other Shows' Filming

The city decided that no shows can film on the construction-ridden street until mid-October.

New York City »

Lincoln Tunnel Helix to Close Nightly for Repairs

The Port Authority said the $88 million project will help repair some of the aging infrastructure.

Howard Beach »

Worker Falls Down Hole at JFK Airport

A construction worker fell 12 feet down a hole at JFK Airport Wednesday morning.

Battery Park City »

Battery Park City Library Closes for Safety Upgrades After Toddler Fell

The Battery Park City Library closed for two days to add a taller glass wall around the balcony.

Forest Hills »

Station Square Scaffold Hurting Forest Hills Businesses

Scaffolding, part of of the restoration of Station Square, has been up since 2004.

Upper West Side »

Worker Falls Down Shaft at Fordham University's Lincoln Center Site

A construction worker fell approximately four stories down an elevator shaft at 158 West 62nd Street.

New York City »

Construction on Washington Heights Span Expected to Create GWB Traffic Woes

Construction on the Alexander Hamilton Bridge is expected to create traffic woes for the GWB.

Financial District »

$48M Water Main Project To Tear Up Broadway for 4 Years

The project will affect Broadway between Ann and Rector streets in Lower Manhattan.

Civic Center »

African Burial Ground Closing This Month for Repairs

The historic African Burial Ground at Duane and Elk streets is closing for repairs on July 18.

Financial District »

Trinity Church Begins Urgent Repairs to 18th-Century Graveyard Wall

The Trinity Place wall is getting $1.8 million worth of work to stabilize it.

TriBeCa »

TriBeCa Homeless Shelter Begins $9M Expansion to Double in Size

The NYC Rescue Mission is building three additional stories at 90 Lafayette St.