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Chelsea »

The co-op had to hire a "hoarding consultant" and extra workers to cope with pack rat tenants. 

Carroll Gardens »

The $450,000 project will include new dog runs and drinking fountains for pups and their owners.

Midtown East »

Discolored water disrupted businesses on several Turtle Bay blocks on Friday.

Astoria »

Residents said the developer is now trying to gain access to their backyards to finish construction.

Mariners Harbor »

The Port Authority has turned on a webcam to let residents watch the work on the Bayonne Bridge.

SoHo »

Firefighters removed tenants from 188 Sixth Ave. after a report that the building had shifted.

Clinton Hill »

Contruction of a new seven-story building has a strip of Myrtle Avenue looking desolate and dull.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

P.S. 51's new building opened on Monday, after families spent two years commuting to the Upper East side.

Financial District »

Con Edison admitted to "late-night chainsawing" near the construction site of a new high-rise.

Park Slope »

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

Brooklyn Heights »

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

Corona »

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

Upper West Side »

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

Upper East Side »

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

Astoria »

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