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Lower East Side »

Samy Mahfar of SMA Equities filed an application for a new 53-unit building at 255 E. Houston St.

Crown Heights »

The apartment building at 529 Park Place is designed by Issac and Stern Architects, building plans show.

Ditmars »

The buildings at Acropolis Gardens have been without gas service since April 29.

Civic Center »

Kenneth Hart is the first person to lose his DOB license for too many violations, officials said.

East Harlem »

Neighbors say work at 329 Pleasant Ave. is putting their homes at risk of collapse.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The plan is the second phase of a larger project by the developers of 626 Flatbush Ave.

East Village »

The Department of Buildings granted the restaurant a gas authorization over the weekend, officials said.

Upper West Side »

Owners of The Esplanade have not yet paid the $1,000 fine for the May incident.

East Village »

The restaurant said it it could reopen because it passed a DOB inspection, which the agency denies.

Forest Hills »

Residents at 104-60 Queens Blvd. are calling the broken elevators a safety hazard.

Mott Haven »

Comptroller Scott Stringer held the first meeting of his Red Tape Commission in The Bronx on Tuesday.

SoHo »

Douglas Elliman is listing three massive spaces at the corner of Broome Street.

Crown Heights »

Plans for the new Crown Heights building were filed with the city last week.

Union Square »

A piece of the facade at 15 E. 17th St. fell off the building and landed on the sidewalk below.

Midtown »

The workers were hurt inside 317 Madison Ave., near Grand Central Terminal, witnesses said.