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Park Slope »

Fourth Avenue Safety Upgrades Scheduled to Begin

Long-awaited construction work on the busy roadway was to begin Aug. 19, DOT signs announced.

Brooklyn Heights »

Pierhouse Condos on the Rise in Brooklyn Bridge Park

Pierhouse will have approximately 159 condos and a nearby 200-room hotel complex located at Pier 1.

Corona »

Renderings Reveal USTA's $550 Million Renovation Plans for Tennis Center

A retractable roof and new stadiums are planned for the tennis center.

Upper West Side »

Bloomingdale Library Closes for Six-Week Renovation

The West 100th Street branch is set to reopen Aug. 26.

Upper East Side »

Residents Sound Off About Planned East Side Esplanade Makeover

The Rockefeller University is proposing to fix the esplanade as part of a campus overhaul.

Astoria »

Mount Sinai Hospital Expansion Moves Forward After Sucessful Vote

Plans would build a 6-story expansion at the Astoria medical center, to open in 2016.

Forest Hills »

Luxury Art Deco Condo Rises in Forest Hills

The building is designed by the same architects that created the 1,000-foot-tall 80 South St.

Greenpoint »

Construction Sites Targeted for Burglaries in North Brooklyn, Cops Say

One construction site was robbed of power tools three times in the past month, cops said.

Williamsburg »

McCarren Park Fully Reopens After Months of Repairs

A $930,000 project building new paths and drains and adding landscaping and benches is complete.

East Village »

Planned East Village High-Rise Could Disturb the Dead, Preservationists Say

Groups say bodies from Old St. Patrick's Cathedral Cemetery could still be under shuttered EV church.

Midtown East »

Back-to-Back Projects to Cause Sutton Place 'Nightmare,' Neighbors Say

A three-year construciton project is slated to begin at 58th Street in July.

Times Square & Theater District »

Two New Times Square Hotels Set to Open by End of 2014

citizenM is slated to open this fall, and a new Hampton Inn is expected to be completed in December 2014.

Carroll Gardens »

Commuters Celebrate Reopening of Smith-9th Street F/G Train Stop

The Smith-9th Street subway station reopened Friday morning, to the relief of straphangers.

Cobble Hill »

De Blasio Demands Investigation of Cobble Hill Charter School

Public Advocate Bill de Blasio has called for an examination of Success Academy Cobble Hill.

Chelsea »

Folsom East Fetish Festival Canceled Due to Construction

Organizers hope the fetish festival will return to city streets in 2014.

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