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SoHo »

Developer Promises Not to Put Big-Box Store in Glassy SoHo Building

The developer of 19 E. Houston St. said it will limit retail to 10,000 square feet.

Crown Heights »

Rezoning Critics Stung by Recent CB9 Vote Protest Outside Board Offices

The group Movement to Protect the People rallied outside CB9's headquarters Wednesday.

East Harlem »

East Harlem Residents Fear Developer's Construction Projects are Dangerous

Residents point to HAP Investment's construction record as cause for concern.

Fort Greene »

32-Story Building May Rise in Myrtle Avenue Complex

Plans were recently filed to build 86 Fleet Place — the fourth phase in a plan to develop Myrtle Avenue.

Melrose »

Councilwomen Backed City Project Bids from Developers Who Hired Relatives

Councilwoman Maria del Carmen Arroyo backed a proposal by a nonprofit who hired her disgraced nephew.

Central Harlem »

Development Site Across From Apollo Listed for $1.7M Lease

The owner of 256 W. 125th St. is looking for someone to take on a 99-year-lease on the site.

DUMBO »

Artist Stonghold in DUMBO Warehouse Threatened by Developers, Residents Say

The lofts at 57 Jay St. were recently bought by developer brothers Graham and Gregory Jones.

Crown Heights »

Empire Blvd. Forum Focuses on Affordable Housing and Zoning

Borough President Eric Adams shared his vision for rezoning Crown Heights at a community meeting Friday.

Crown Heights »

Controversial Rezoning Forum Relocated, Leaving Many in the Dark

A Friday night forum on rezoning in Crown Heights was moved to 836 Franklin Ave.

Crown Heights »

Friday Rezoning Meeting Irks Observant Jews and Others Who Can't Attend

The Friday evening forum excludes Jews observing Shabbat and weekend travelers, residents say.

Crown Heights »

Crown Heights Site for 80-Foot-Tall Building Sells for $17.5M

The property is a portion of a larger lot bought for $7.5 million in 2008.

East Harlem »

Locals Raise Concerns Over East River Plaza Residential Towers

The developers began a series of community meetings to get feedback on their planned 1,000-unit tower.

TriBeCa »

Residents and Shops Booted From Building That Will Be Torn Down for Condos

A five-story residential and commercial building on Church Street will be converted to luxury condos.

Downtown Brooklyn »

MAP: 1,100 Affordable Housing Units Coming to Downtown Brooklyn

There are nine new developments planned for the Downtown Brooklyn area in the next three years.

Crown Heights »

'Very Odd-Shaped' Empty Lot in Crown Heights to Become Residential Building

A four-story building on a small, triangular lot is going up alongside the Franklin Avenue shuttle.

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