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.
Nearly 20 chain stores have recently opened or are set to open in the Downtown Brooklyn area.
The Sea Crest Linen site is zoned to accommodate a building as tall as seven stories.
DNAinfo New York rounded up 10 of DUMBO's most notable new developments.
Residents of West 123rd Street are skeptical that the building will be completed anytime soon.
Tenants are prepared to fight a 30,000-square-foot addition to their building near Grand Army Plaza.
The six-story mixed-use building is planned for 134 Vanderbilt Ave. on the corner of Myrtle Avenue.
There are plans for a residential building on the site of the former Joe Abbracciamento Restaurant.
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