tags

U.L.U.R.P.

Recent Headlines
Hudson Square »

Notes Reveal What a Developer Wants to Do With Pier 40's Air Rights

A secret meeting was held between the Manhattan Borough President and Atlas Capital.

SoHo »

Developer Promises Not to Put Big-Box Store in Glassy SoHo Building

The developer of 19 E. Houston St. said it will limit retail to 10,000 square feet.

Astoria »

City Planning to Vote on 1,700-Unit Astoria Cove Project

The proposal would bring some 1,700 new apartments to the waterfront in Queens.

Crown Heights »

Empire Blvd. Forum Focuses on Affordable Housing and Zoning

Borough President Eric Adams shared his vision for rezoning Crown Heights at a community meeting Friday.

Astoria »

Queens Borough President Says No to Astoria Cove Project

Melinda Katz recommended against the plan, which would bring some 1,700 apartments to the waterfront.

Astoria »

Astoria Cove Project Will Include 345 Affordable Units, Developer Says

2030 Astoria Developers wants to construct nearly 1,700 apartments on the Astoria waterfront.

St. George »

200-Year-Old Staten Island Banquet Hall Set to Reopen

The long-closed Pavilion on the Terrace gets go-ahead to reopen as a catering hall.

Upper East Side »

Rockefeller University Plan to Build Lab Over FDR Approved by City Council

The school agreed to several community benefits, including an $8 million investment in the esplanade.

St. George »

Rally Calls for Staten Island Outlet Mall Developers to Use Union Labor

Union members were joined by local elected officials to call on the developer to use union labor.

Greenpoint »

Board Rejects Greenpoint Tower Plans Citing Need for Affordable Housing

Community Board 1 rejected the waterfront towers plans unless additional units become affordable.

St. George »

Staten Island Ferris Wheel and Outlet Mall Approved by City

The commission unanimously approved the 625-foot-tall Ferris wheel, which is set to open in 2016.

Long Island City »

Proposal to Replace 5Pointz with High-Rise Towers Approved by City Planning

The City Planning Commission voted in favor of the developer's special permit application Wednesday.

Long Island City »

5Pointz Redevelopment Plan Approved by Borough President

Helen Marshall approved the developer's application to build two residential towers at the site.

Midtown »

Quinn's Influence Helped Push MSG Vote Through, Council Colleagues Say

Christine Quinn had a key role in bringing about the likely limit on Madison Square Garden's new permit.

Midtown »

Quinn Calls for 10-Year Limit on Madison Square Garden Permit

Christine Quinn called for a "new Manhattan home" for The World's Most Famous Arena.

Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement