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Upper East Side »

Pols Push For Zoning Change That Would Put Cap on Height of UES Towers

The influx of tall towers has grabbed the attention of residents.

Long Island City »

70-Story Residential Tower Set to Become Tallest Building in Queens

Property Markets Group filed plans to develop 29-37 41st Ave. into a skyscraper with 930 apartments.

Long Island City »

Proposed 70-Story LIC Tower Much Larger Than Zoning Allows, Records Show

A developer proposed a 829,260-square-foot building in a lot that's zoned for up to 205,032.

Midtown »

City Planning Certifies East Midtown Rezoning Plan

The proposal, which now goes through a formal review process, would allow newer and larger skyscrapers.

Midtown »

Revised East Midtown Rezoning Plan Scaled Back, Adds Green Safeguards

Developers would be required to chip into a District Improvement Fund before getting building permits.

Chelsea »

Work Starts on $4.5B West Side Skyscraper Project

Manhattan West will eventually house two skyscrapers and a residential building.

Midtown »

Empire State Building to Get New LED Rooftop Lights, Report Says

The lights will enhance the color illuminated on the top of the iconic skyscraper.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Coach Signs on as Hudson Yards' Anchor Tenant

The chic handbag maker will move into a massive new building in the Hudson Yards development, kicking off construction after years of delays.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Interactive Look at Plan to Build New Midtown on West Side

The much-anticipated new neighborhood could soon move forward, if developers can find the right tenants.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

CB12 Rejects Plan to Build Washington Heights Skyscrapers

Community Board 12 voted to oppose a plan by Quadriad Realty to build skyscrapers in Washington Heights as it stands. 

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Postal Service to Unveil Upper West Side Stamp

The Postal Service will release a stamp immortalizing an Upper West Side skyscraper in its 2012 Earthscapes stamps series.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Uptown Skyscraper Developer Would Tighten Income Rules

Families would have to make less than $72,000 to qualify for apartments with cheaper rents in four proposed towers.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Developer Behind Planned WaHi Skyscraper Gives Peek at New Park

The developer of the proposed Washington Heights skyscrapers laid out potential plans for Gorman Park.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Developer of Proposed WaHi Skyscrapers Meets Community Board

CB12 members met with officials from Quadriad Realty Partners to further discuss plans for its skyscrapers in WaHi.