Mega-projects like the New York Wheel and Empire Outlets brought higher rents and new businesses.
The board's Land Use Committee supported the tenants' opposition to the plan.
The groups called for more involvement in the city's rezoning process.
Seven six-story buildings on Myrtle Avenue and Stockton Street may replace the former factory.
The building's owner is looking to build affordable housing at the site, located at 42-17 Queens Blvd.
Brooklyn Public Library is exploring a plan to expand the library and add affordable housing.
The contest will include categories like architecture and economic development.
The community board wanted affordable housing at the Bayview Correctional Facility space.
The mixed-use development will feature retail and a community group on the ground floor.
Four businesses will be forced to move as the civil rights group plans its headquarters on 125th Street.
The controversial plan was approved by the City Council Wednesday.
Trinity Church Preschool will be moving to 100 Church St. in September 2014.
The city chose Midtown Equities to redevelop the former coffee warehouse on the East River.
The auto body owners and workers at Willets Point are fighting plans for eviction.
The DOE plans to redevelop the School of Cooperative Technical Education in Harlem.
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