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Upper West Side »

Under a deal with the city, the school will no longer be responsible for building 55 affordable units. 

Astoria »

Plans were filed with the DOB last month to build four stories of apartments on top of C-Town.

Sunnyside »

De Blasio responded after parade-goers reportedly chanted against the development Sunday.

Crown Heights »

Community Board 9 voted Tuesday night to send a key document on rezoning back to committee.

Clinton Hill »

State Sen. Velmanette Montgomery said, "white people don't eat the way we do," about the closing.

Sunnyside »

Cuomo reiterated Monday that the MTA did not see any "redevelopment possibilities" at the 200-acre site.

Sunnyside »

While experts say it can be done, they predict the development will be expensive and take years to plan.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Development group Brookland Capital bought the empty Prospect-Lefferts Gardens lot last week.


More than 30 percent of units at 51 Jay St., a former silverware company, were sold within 30 days.

Clinton Hill »

Slate Property Group wants to demolish the Key Food on Lafayette Avenue in Clinton Hill.

Greenwich Village »

Apartments, schools, retail space and a waterfront park are in the works for the Village.

Crown Heights »

Alicia Boyd of Movement to Protect the People was given a summons for disorderly conduct, police said.

East Harlem »

A nonprofit worked with architects and community members to study ways of improving the esplanade.

Sunnyside »

A plan to build 11,250 affordable units at the site must address infrastructure, local leaders say.

Fort Greene »

The building is proposed for an empty lot next to the "Great Wall of Brooklyn" mural in Fort Greene.