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Gowanus »

Doctor Plans New Apartment Building for Gowanus

A pediatrician has filed plans to build a six-story apartment building on Carroll Street.

Chelsea »

Work Starts on $4.5B West Side Skyscraper Project

Manhattan West will eventually house two skyscrapers and a residential building.

East Harlem »

Staten Island's Post-Sandy Future Discussed by Experts

The panel is part of the Museum of the City of New York's exhibit on development on Staten Island.

Williamsburg »

Domino Sugar Factory Lot Available For 'Fun and Creative' Short-Term Use

The developer said the waterfront lot in Williamsburg can become a "fun" spot until construction begins.

Navy Yard »

Brooklyn Navy Yard Names New Developer for Historic Admiral's Row

Brooklyn Navy Yard named Blumenfeld Development Group to develop Admiral's Row.

Brooklyn Heights »

Landmarks Commission Debates Brooklyn Heights Cinema Demolition

The Landmarks Commission is trying to decide whether to let a developer demolish 70 Henry St.

Upper East Side »

New York-Presbyterian Expansion Gets Greenlight from Community Board 8

New York-Presbyterian Hospital expansion got the greenlight from Community Board 8 on Wednesday.

Bushwick »

Business Owners Push Bushwick Mall Developer to Keep National Chains Out

Bushwick residents want the mall's developer to commit to renting only to local businesses.

Corona »

Residents March Against Flushing Meadows-Corona Park Development

Neighbors and politicians marched Sunday to protest development plans at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Housing and Arts Complex to Replace Parking Lot In Downtown Brooklyn

Mayor Bloomberg announces plans to turn one-time parking lot into cultural space with affordable housing.

Bushwick »

Developers Move Forward on Three New Bushwick Buildings

A new condo and two apartment buildings are headed by the Dekalb L and Gates J train spots.

Hudson Square »

Board Wants to Trim Building Heights in Hudson Square Rezoning Plan

A CB2 resolution demands a new recreation center and lower maximum building heights.

Williamsburg »

Advocates Demand Inclusionary Housing Provision at Broadway Triangle

The private developments on the Williamsburg-Bed Stuy border should be rezoned, activists say.

Midtown East »

Midtown East Rezoning Could Pay for Transit Improvements, Officials Say

Fees paid by developers could go to eliminating congestion in Grand Central and other stations.

Hudson Square »

Locals Push Trinity to Ensure More Open Space in Hudson Square Plan

Some residents believe Trinity Real Estate needs to offer more park space in its rezoning plan.

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