There are nine new developments planned for the Downtown Brooklyn area in the next three years.
A four-story building on a small, triangular lot is going up alongside the Franklin Avenue shuttle.
Icon Realty Management has booted businesses from Second Avenue between 80th and 81st streets.
The neighborhood is nearly doubling its number of hotel rooms.
The development on a street lined with three-story buildings could have been 14 stories.
There are several developments and projects taking shape near BAM.
The board's advisory vote was to deny the plan unless the developer agrees to several stipulations.
The company Pyramid Investors recently purchased 470 East 161st Street for $6.65 million.
The Pratt Post Office will be moved five blocks east, to Myrtle and Kent avenues.
The proposed building would have 27 residential units and 5,900-square-feet of retails space.
Falconworks Artists Group, a local theater company, will perform the play from June 5 to 15 in Red Hook.
More than 250 people have signed a petition to reduce noise at a development on Bond Street.
The school agreed to several community benefits, including an $8 million investment in the esplanade.
A Brooklyn Heights local has garnered hundreds of signatures opposing the towers.
El Gran Castillo de Jagua left Flatbush Avenue and Park Place after 32 years.
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