Salvador Espinoza's photo exhibit, "We Will Be Here," opens Saturday at co-working space QNS Collective.
The 62-story tower on West 31st Street is part of the Manhattan West development.
The seven-story project will replace the Sea Crest Linen site on Franklin Avenue, according to permits.
Residents plan to rally Sunday outside Center Cinemas on Queens Boulevard.
The seven-story senior complex in Highbridge is expected to be completed in 2016.
There's an upswing in construction on Myrtle Avenue between Hall Street and Emerson Place.
Brooklyn's Community Board 9 will redraft a resolution on land use changes next month, its chair said.
The 6-foot-wide barrier will remain during two years of construction in Prospect Heights.
The development is slated to bring 1,700 new apartments to the Astoria waterfront.
Pearl Miles, manager of CB9, said she "made a mistake in the count," altering the results of the vote.
Howard Hughes reduced its proposed skyscraper more than 100 feet, but that's not enough, officials said.
City Councilman Brad Lander's Bridging Gowanus framework also calls for protecting manufacturing uses.
The first residents will move into DUMBO's newest development, at 60 Water St., on Dec. 1.
The Downtown Brooklyn building, at 88 Schermerhorn St., was recently sold to developers for $11 million.
Residents are forced to collect packages at a Bushwick post office more than a mile away.
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