Recent Headlines
Central Harlem »

Construction on Delayed Low-Income Housing to Restart in May, Church Says

Residents of West 123rd Street are skeptical that the building will be completed anytime soon.

Prospect Heights »

Eastern Parkway Residents Fear 7-Story Apartment Building Addition

Tenants are prepared to fight a 30,000-square-foot addition to their building near Grand Army Plaza.

Fort Greene »

Fort Greene May Be Getting Its First Karl Fischer Building

The six-story mixed-use building is planned for 134 Vanderbilt Ave. on the corner of Myrtle Avenue.

Rego Park »

Residential Building Planned for Site of Famed Rego Park Restaurant

There are plans for a residential building on the site of the former Joe Abbracciamento Restaurant.

Clinton Hill »

Historic Church That Housed Occupy Sandy Offers Air Rights for $8.6M

The Clinton Hill church wants to sell the air rights to 43,000 square feet of its property.

Lower East Side »

Shuttered LES Pathmark to Be Demolished Soon

The Department of Buildings approved demolition permits for the Pathmark at 227 Cherry St.


Affordable Housing Lottery Offering DUMBO Apartments for Under $900

Studios are available for $539 a month and two-bedrooms are going for $893 a month.

Chelsea »

Former Women's Prison in Chelsea to Become Commercial Development

The community board wanted affordable housing at the Bayview Correctional Facility space.

Long Island City »

Developer Looks to Bring Big Box Retail to Northern Blvd. Complex

The project will include three floors of retail aimed at brand names and restaurants.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Downtown Brooklyn to See Surge in New Residential Units, Report Says

More than 15,000 new units are in the pipeline for the neighborhood.

Morningside Heights »

St. John the Divine Campus Could be Landmarked in Deal With CB 9

The entire cathedral campus could be landmarked except a cutout for development of an apartment tower.

Navy Yard »

Brooklyn Navy Yard Tries Again to Find Developer for Admiral's Row

Applicants must have a binding partnership with a supermarket to win an RFP for Admiral's Row.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Brooklyn's Tallest Building Offers Residents 360 Degree Views of the City

Apartments at 388 Bridge St., a 53-story building in Downtown Brooklyn, range from $2,500 to $6,300.

Brooklyn Heights »

Brooklyn Heights Library Designs Revealed

Officials presented designs for a new library topped with condos from seven developers.

Greenpoint »

North Brooklyn Developers Offer Surprise Affordable Housing Provisions

Both the Bushwick rezoning and the Greenpoint Landing plan came with unexpected affordable housing.