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.
Affordable housing was increased from 20 to 27 percent.
A secret meeting was held between the Manhattan Borough President and Atlas Capital.
Cumbe Center for African and Diaspora Dance will hold its last classes on Fulton Street in January.
More than 1,000 new apartments are coming to the neighborhood.
Beigel's Bakery is known for their black and white cookies, challah and pastries.
G&M Realty, which is planning two rental towers at the site, wants to name the new venue 5Pointz.
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