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East Harlem »

Developers filed plans to demolish five vacant buildings between East 119th and 120th streets.

Yorkville »

Noise and light from the Citizen360 construction site is causing neighbors grief.

Yorkville »

Lightstone Group purchased the building this year for $32.5 million.

Central Harlem »

The owner said they plan to begin the demolition process by the end of the year.

Bed-Stuy »

Demolition plans were filed for the existing four-story nursing home in September.

West Farms »

The plan would tear down the Lambert Houses and replace them with new affordable housing and retail.

Central Harlem »

The Second Friendship Baptist Church was purchased by a private buyer in July.

Upper East Side »

Storefronts that have stood vacant for a year will finally be demolished.

Boerum Hill »

The church has been shuttered since 2010, according to The Wall Street Journal. 

East Harlem »

Marvin Calvin, 40, was upset that she would not let him into her apartment, police said.

Clinton Hill »

The city gave the go-ahead to demolish the one-story structure at 325 Lafayette Ave.


Developers are using oddly-shaped glass pieces in the design to represent sugar.

Central Harlem »

Engineers say the historic structure is too dilapidated and unsafe to be restored, developers say.

West Village »

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

Clinton Hill »

Slate Property Group wants to demolish the Key Food on Lafayette Avenue in Clinton Hill.