Park Slope parents who want to stop the rezoning of P.S. 321 and other schools have formed a coalition.
A CB2 resolution demands a new recreation center and lower maximum building heights.
Community leaders are fighting a proposal for an assisted living development for seniors.
The Archdiocese hopes to be able to sell the air rights over St. Patrick's Cathedral.
CB4 wants 20 percent of Durst's W57 development to be permanent affordable housing.
Several officials said the proposal is moving too fast and want a six-month slowdown.
The city planninng commission asked about the impact on views from the High Line.
The City Council approved new zoning regulations it hopes will stave off the demise of mom and pop shops.
Four new bank branches are opening, prompting locals to call for zoning restrictions on them.
The City Council is set to vote Monday on whether to grant JetBlue permission for a giant neon sign.
Some SoHo locals say a planned survey of all SoHo and NoHo loft dwellers would violate their privacy.
Developer Jamestown Properties said it would scrap a hotel on Ninth Avenue if the Community Board asked.
Surveyors plan to investigate every city-certified artist residence to ensure an artist lives there.
The City Council voted nearly unanimously in support of major changes in Greenwich Village.
Nearly 30 renderings envisioning the future Greenwich Village AIDS memorial will go on display Tuesday.
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