Success Academy got permission to open a school in Districts 1 or 6 without community outreach.
The controversial charter school network plans to open schools in districts 13, 14 and 15 in Brooklyn.
The plan was one of a handful canceled citywide.
The city is planning a new co-location in Boys and Girls High School.
The plan to locate another high school within University Neighborhood High School has been scrapped.
Parents and elected officials want de Blasio to keep his campaign vow to halt co-locations.
The Success Academy charter school would open in September 2014 at 411 Pearl St.
The proposal would co-locate grades K-5 at Astoria's P.S. 76, and its middle school at I.S. 126.
Teachers said they plan to fight against the opening of a charter school inside the building.
Washington Irving and High School of Graphic Communication Arts named as "suggested sites."
Success Acadmemy, a controversial charter network, received 12,374 applications for 1,200 seats.
Critics of Success Academy charter school said Manhattan's District 2 is already overcrowded.
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