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Astoria »

Hallets Point Project to Break Ground in October

The development will contain more than 2,000 apartments in seven buildings on the Astoria waterfront.

Fort Greene »

PHOTOS: Townhouses Will Stand on the Site of a Former Navy Prison

Navy Green Townhouses will be located where the former Navy Yard prison once was.

Midtown East »

High-Rise Developer Sues Neighboring Condo Building for Delaying Work

The demolition of Madison Avenue Baptist Church was delayed by a neighboring condo, a lawsuit says.

Long Island City »

Dutch Kills Resident Documents Changing Neighborhood Through Photos

Salvador Espinoza's photo exhibit, "We Will Be Here," opens Saturday at co-working space QNS Collective.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Work Begins on Luxury Tower With Climbing Wall and Basketball Court

The 62-story tower on West 31st Street is part of the Manhattan West development.

Crown Heights »

Four-Tower, 209-Unit Building Planned for Crown Heights Laundry Facility

The seven-story project will replace the Sea Crest Linen site on Franklin Avenue, according to permits.

Sunnyside »

Sunnyside Residents Plan Rally to Support Closing Movie Theater

Residents plan to rally Sunday outside Center Cinemas on Queens Boulevard.

High Bridge »

De Blasio, Dolan Break Ground on Affordable Senior Housing in Bronx

The seven-story senior complex in Highbridge is expected to be completed in 2016. 

Clinton Hill »

MAP: 5 Buildings and Plaza Planned for Myrtle Near Old Pratt Post Office

There's an upswing in construction on Myrtle Avenue between Hall Street and Emerson Place.

Crown Heights »

Crown Heights Rezoning Discussion Pushed to January

Brooklyn's Community Board 9 will redraft a resolution on land use changes next month, its chair said.

Prospect Heights »

Parking Spots and Sidewalks Lost to Make 16-Ft. Wall at Atlantic Yards Site

The 6-foot-wide barrier will remain during two years of construction in Prospect Heights.

Astoria »

City Council OKs Astoria Cove Project With Hundreds of Affordable Units

The development is slated to bring 1,700 new apartments to the Astoria waterfront.

Crown Heights »

Community Board Manager Incorrectly Recorded Vote on Crown Heights Rezoning

Pearl Miles, manager of CB9, said she "made a mistake in the count," altering the results of the vote. 

Financial District »

PHOTOS: Check Out the Controversial 494-Foot Tower Proposed for the Seaport

Howard Hughes reduced its proposed skyscraper more than 100 feet, but that's not enough, officials said.

Gowanus »

Gowanus Rezoning Plan Envisions High-Rise Development

City Councilman Brad Lander's Bridging Gowanus framework also calls for protecting manufacturing uses.

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