Apartments at 388 Bridge St., a 53-story building in Downtown Brooklyn, range from $2,500 to $6,300.
Officials presented designs for a new library topped with condos from seven developers.
Both the Bushwick rezoning and the Greenpoint Landing plan came with unexpected affordable housing.
The Times Plaza and Pratt Station Post Offices have to find new space after their leases ended.
The controversial development at 77 Commercial St. was slated for a Thursday vote.
The proposed eight-story hotel at 247 Water St. will include a restaurant, lounges and a gym.
The building at 160 Imlay St. will be marketed to artists, and contain studio space as well as a market.
The DUMBO Watchtower building was formerly home to the Jehovah's Witnesses' world headquarters.
Pierhouse condos will offer amenities including a yoga and meditation studio and a "pet wash."
The businesses on 125th Street say they want to be considered more in the Urban League development plan.
Despite much development on 145th Street, retail and restaurants lag.
Sidewalks, parks and other outdoor spaces will be revamped as part of the project.
Developers successfully appealed to residents with open space, affordable housing and commercial space.
Residents said building penthouses equated to "adding gravy to a parfait" in testimony to the LPC.
Empire Stores developer Midtown Equities presented residents with their architectural plans for the site.
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