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St. George »

Mega-projects like the New York Wheel and Empire Outlets brought higher rents and new businesses.

Central Harlem »

The board's Land Use Committee supported the tenants' opposition to the plan.

Civic Center »

The groups called for more involvement in the city's rezoning process.

Bed-Stuy »

Seven six-story buildings on Myrtle Avenue and Stockton Street may replace the former factory.

Sunnyside »

The building's owner is looking to build affordable housing at the site, located at 42-17 Queens Blvd.

Sunset Park »

Brooklyn Public Library is exploring a plan to expand the library and add affordable housing.

Hunts Point »

The contest will include categories like architecture and economic development.

Chelsea »

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

Central Harlem »

The mixed-use development will feature retail and a community group on the ground floor.

Central Harlem »

Four businesses will be forced to move as the civil rights group plans its headquarters on 125th Street.

Willets Point »

The controversial plan was approved by the City Council Wednesday.

Financial District »

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. 

Corona »

The auto body owners and workers at Willets Point are fighting plans for eviction.

East Harlem »

The DOE plans to redevelop the School of Cooperative Technical Education in Harlem.