Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz approved the two developments on the waterfront.
The Legal Aid Society has filed a lawsuit on behalf of Douglass and Baruch Houses residents.
Sources close to 1000 Dean say there's anxiety but few answers about anchor tenant 3rd Ward.
The Bloomberg administration's plan to allow bigger skyscrapers now heads to City Council.
The USPS is forced to look for new space because new Clinton Hill developers would not renew its lease.
The Central Park Conservancy unveiled renovation plans at a CB8 meeting.
An Independent Budget Office report found that the ambitious rezoning is needed for future demand.
Contruction of a new seven-story building has a strip of Myrtle Avenue looking desolate and dull.
A small group protested the future site of the planned college and hospital complex in Yorkville.
St. Ann's will develop a performing arts hub in the Tobacco Warehouse in Brooklyn Bridge Park.
The City Planning Commission voted in favor of the developer's special permit application Wednesday.
Pierhouse will have approximately 159 condos and a nearby 200-room hotel complex located at Pier 1.
Pier A needs another $5 million to move forward, but Comptroller John Liu rejected the funding plan.
The 80,000-square-foot building will feature a private gym, a roof deck and a party room.
Median prices dropped by a third due to an increase in development in North Williamsburg, a report shows.
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