The influx of tall towers has grabbed the attention of residents.
The owners of the former Coliseum on West 181st Street want to develop the space for retail.
The Market Diner opened in 1962 and temporarily closed in 2006.
The distinctive painting is still missing after being removed from the Bergen Street lot last month.
The Key Food at 325 Lafayette Ave. will shutter on July 11.
Rentals and condos are rising along the thoroughfare as demand rises in the neighborhood, brokers say.
The Center for Fiction is moving into the BAM North II building, aka EyeBAM, in Fort Greene.
The project now has DOB approval but residents are still fighting the plans.
Renderings for 504 Myrtle Ave. show a seven-story building with an additional rooftop level.
The community garden will expand all the way to Park Avenue.
The seven-story building will be designed by architect Karl Fischer.
Extell Development Company bought rights to build a 60-story residential building for $115.5 million.
Lots and buildings that were once eyesores are being renovated in Fort Greene and Clinton Hill.
Here's a look at the new developments around Spring Street this spring.
CB9 members voted to proceed with the zoning resolution amid a protest-filled meeting Tuesday.
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