Brooklyn's CB8 approved a rezoning resolution to increase density and building heights on Thursday.
Another floor and three new apartments will be added to the popular Greek eatery's past location.
Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez presented his vision for a new mixed-use development in Inwood.
Hope Knight will replace Carlisle Towery as president of the Greater Jamaica Development Corporation.
Under a deal with the city, the school will no longer be responsible for building 55 affordable units.
Plans were filed with the DOB last month to build four stories of apartments on top of C-Town.
De Blasio responded after parade-goers reportedly chanted against the development Sunday.
Community Board 9 voted Tuesday night to send a key document on rezoning back to committee.
State Sen. Velmanette Montgomery said, "white people don't eat the way we do," about the closing.
Cuomo reiterated Monday that the MTA did not see any "redevelopment possibilities" at the 200-acre site.
While experts say it can be done, they predict the development will be expensive and take years to plan.
Development group Brookland Capital bought the empty Prospect-Lefferts Gardens lot last week.
More than 30 percent of units at 51 Jay St., a former silverware company, were sold within 30 days.
Slate Property Group wants to demolish the Key Food on Lafayette Avenue in Clinton Hill.
Apartments, schools, retail space and a waterfront park are in the works for the Village.
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