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Midtown East »

Luxury Midtown East Condo Tower Near United Nations Tops Off

A sneak peek at 50 United Nations Plaza revealed views of the East River and Long Island City.

Midtown »

Time Warner Move Could Create Glut of Office Space in E. Midtown, Pol Says

A councilman and realty experts said development in East Midtown may need to be delayed as a result.

Upper East Side »

Rockefeller University to Revamp Upper East Side Campus

The biomedical-based institution revealed some plans on a Community Board 8 webpage.

West Village »

Perry Street Garage Marketed to Become Luxury Housing

The four-story garage could be renovated into homes or entirely demolished, the broker said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Time Warner Eyeing Move to Hudson Yards, Report Says

The media giant will reportedly move its headquarters into an 80-story skyscraper.

Sunnyside »

Architects Look to Bring Historic Aluminum House to Sunnyside Gardens Lot

A team of architects is looking to relocate a historic house to a vacant lot in Sunnyside Gardens.

Greenwich Village »

Developer Pushed to Shrink 'Modern Flatiron' Tower on Sixth Avenue

Locals said an 18-story tower would block light and stand out among low-rise South Village buildings.

Long Island City »

Food Cellar Looking to Open Second Location in Court Square

The Hunters Point supermarket is looking to open a second store on Crescent Street.

SoHo »

18-Story Condo Tower Planned for SoHo Car Wash Site

A wedge-shaped residential tower could rise on Sixth Avenue at Broome Street.

Greenpoint »

Construction Sites Targeted for Burglaries in North Brooklyn, Cops Say

One construction site was robbed of power tools three times in the past month, cops said.

Long Island City »

5Pointz to be Replaced by 'Cornball Glitzy Box,' Critics Say

A public hearing to discuss plans for the iconic graffiti center drew harsh opposition from artists.

Williamsburg »

City Built Less Than 2 Percent of Affordable Units Promised to Williamsburg

The city has built just 19 of the 1,345 units officials promised North Brooklyn eight years ago.

Jamaica »

Jamaica Avenue Tour Highlights Neighborhood's History

The tour will focus on the neighborhood’s recent changes.

Park Slope »

90-Year-Old Widow Last to Move Out at Fourth Avenue Development Site

Developers are tearing down several buildings at Fourth Avenue and 11th Street.

Greenpoint »

Greenpoint Towers the 'Ugliest, Scariest, Most Horrible' Plan, Locals Say

Towers bringing thousands of new residents are "socioeconomically segregated" and "unfair," locals say.

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