A public hearing to discuss plans for the iconic graffiti center drew harsh opposition from artists.
The city has built just 19 of the 1,345 units officials promised North Brooklyn eight years ago.
The tour will focus on the neighborhood’s recent changes.
Developers are tearing down several buildings at Fourth Avenue and 11th Street.
Towers bringing thousands of new residents are "socioeconomically segregated" and "unfair," locals say.
The neighborhood was home to Macy's, Mays and Gertz at one point.
Politicians, unions, and nonprofits call for an analysis on City Point's impact on the local communities.
Greenpoint's average rents jumped by $457, about 20 percent, in the past year, a report shows.
Organizers hope the fetish festival will return to city streets in 2014.
The former linen supply company was sold for $27 million last month.
Upper East Siders are conflicted over opposition to the plans, and support for a park developers offer.
Residents want to stop the construction of three homes on coastal wetlands in Great Kills Harbor.
New construction at Williamsburg's burgeoning waterfront has caused a headache for stay-at-home parents.
Bushwick's nearly 20-percent rent leap in February was followed by a price drop in March, a report shows.
Businesses on the south side of Myrtle Avenue between Hall Street and Grand Avenue are closing.
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