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West Village »

The Koppers Chocolate factory owner is petitioning the city to allow them to make the building taller.

Central Harlem »

The new owners of 215 W. 122nd St. filed demolition permits with the Department of Buildings.

Lower East Side »

Extell Development Company submitted an application to build its new tower at 72 stories.

Boerum Hill »

Permits were filed last week for a 10,000 square-foot building at 240 Smith St.

Lower East Side »

Construction work on South Street caused a nearby road to cave in, neighbors said.

Park Slope »

The owner of 41 Montgomery Place wants to add a penthouse and steel deck.

SoHo »

The Department of Buildings issued a stop-work order for 69 Greene St., records show.

SoHo »

The DOB approved an architect's application to remove the fire escapes at 69 Greene St., records show.

Bed-Stuy »

Residents and union workers protested new management after maintenance workers were fired.

East Harlem »

Local artists have been displaying their work on the wall for free.

West Village »

The Christopher Street gay bar is set to open on Seventh Avenue South "real soon," a manager said.

Upper West Side »

The child was struck outside The Esplanade on West End Avenue, police said.

East Village »

Lindsey Bornstein wants an independent firm to conduct air and dust toxicity tests in the two buildings.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

DNAinfo New York rounded up development projects in the neighborhood, most of them residential.

Bed-Stuy »

He was trapped at 1705 Dean St. after a trench collapse there, the FDNY said.