Elected officials and tenants will hold a hearing Monday about the fate of the Astoria Cove Project.
Hundreds of clergy attended a Borough Hall conference to learn how to build out their land.
The developer of 19 E. Houston St. said it will limit retail to 10,000 square feet.
The group Movement to Protect the People rallied outside CB9's headquarters Wednesday.
Residents point to HAP Investment's construction record as cause for concern.
Plans were recently filed to build 86 Fleet Place — the fourth phase in a plan to develop Myrtle Avenue.
Councilwoman Maria del Carmen Arroyo backed a proposal by a nonprofit who hired her disgraced nephew.
The owner of 256 W. 125th St. is looking for someone to take on a 99-year-lease on the site.
The lofts at 57 Jay St. were recently bought by developer brothers Graham and Gregory Jones.
Borough President Eric Adams shared his vision for rezoning Crown Heights at a community meeting Friday.
A Friday night forum on rezoning in Crown Heights was moved to 836 Franklin Ave.
The Friday evening forum excludes Jews observing Shabbat and weekend travelers, residents say.
The property is a portion of a larger lot bought for $7.5 million in 2008.
The developers began a series of community meetings to get feedback on their planned 1,000-unit tower.
A five-story residential and commercial building on Church Street will be converted to luxury condos.
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