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Long Island City »

Apartment Tower to Rise at Former Paint Factory in Long Island City

SHoP Architects plan to restore the old paint building as part of the project.

Lower East Side »

FIRST LOOK: Essex Crossing Developers Reveal Renderings of New Construction

Essex Crossing developers released renderings of the first phase of construction.

South Street Seaport »

Check Out Details of the Seaport Redevelopment Plan Online

Howard Hughes Corporation's plan to redevelop the Seaport is now online.

Financial District »

Hundreds Pack Meeting on Controversial Seaport Redevelopment

Howard Hughes Corporation wants to build a tower, a market and a marina in the South Street Seaport.

South Street Seaport »

Residents Boo Developer's 'Gross' Plan for 50-Story Seaport Tower

Howard Hughes Corporation unveiled its plans for redeveloping the Seaport Tuesday night.

Lower East Side »

City Unveils $1.1B Lower East Side Redevelopment for Long-Abandoned Lots

The Seward Park Urban Renewal Area is set to be developed after decades of disuse.

Midtown »

Dreams for Penn Station, MSG Unveiled by City's Top Architects

A 3-acre rooftop park, airy sunlit terminals and direct connections to airports were among the ideas.

Downtown »

TriBeCa Kids Open New P.S. 150 Music Room With A Song

TriBeCa's P.S. 150 has a bright new music room at the Greenwich Street school.

Downtown »

Skateboarders Damage New East River Park, Councilwoman Says

City Councilwoman Margaret Chin said skateboarders are overwhelming the new East River Waterfront and damaging benches.

Downtown »

East River Waterfront Opens First Section Near Wall Street

The new two-block park runs from Wall Street to Maiden Lane, and is the first section of the East River Waterfront.

Downtown »

New Seaport Owner Revives Development Talks

Howard Hughes Corp., the new owner of the South Street Seaport, is discussing its options with the city and SHoP Architects.

Downtown »

City Offers Glimpse of New East River Waterfront

The first section of the new park, between Maiden Lane and Wall Street, is scheduled to open by the end of the year.