Residents at 104-60 Queens Blvd. are calling the broken elevators a safety hazard.
Comptroller Scott Stringer held the first meeting of his Red Tape Commission in The Bronx on Tuesday.
Douglas Elliman is listing three massive spaces at the corner of Broome Street.
Plans for the new Crown Heights building were filed with the city last week.
A piece of the facade at 15 E. 17th St. fell off the building and landed on the sidewalk below.
The workers were hurt inside 317 Madison Ave., near Grand Central Terminal, witnesses said.
The worker was installing roof deck at 168 39th St. when he fell 20 feet, officials said.
The Koppers Chocolate factory owner is petitioning the city to allow them to make the building taller.
The new owners of 215 W. 122nd St. filed demolition permits with the Department of Buildings.
Extell Development Company submitted an application to build its new tower at 72 stories.
Permits were filed last week for a 10,000 square-foot building at 240 Smith St.
Construction work on South Street caused a nearby road to cave in, neighbors said.
The owner of 41 Montgomery Place wants to add a penthouse and steel deck.
The Department of Buildings issued a stop-work order for 69 Greene St., records show.
The DOB approved an architect's application to remove the fire escapes at 69 Greene St., records show.
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