Stapleton »

Long-Vacant Stapleton Warehouse to Become Tech Incubator

A former warehouse will open as a tech incubator in December.

Park Slope »

'Crunchy' Park Slope Among Neighborhoods Slow to Adopt Composting

Fruit flies and lack of education are blamed for the slow response to the city's composting project.

Astoria »

City Council Hearing Takes Aim at Affordability of Astoria Cove Proposal

Councilman Costa Constantinides says he wants to ensure the project is affordable for local residents.

Greenwich Village »

NYU Extends Construction Deadline for Proposed Bleecker St. Public School

The city now has until the end of 2018 to decide whether NYU's Bleecker St. site should become a school.

Jamaica »

Developer Spends $22M to Buy Largest Piece of Jamaica Land in a Decade

A Queens group is planning to build market rate housing with a retail component, sources said.

Crown Heights »

Developers Envision Hotel, Housing and Retail at Crown Heights Armory

The city is asking for community input on developers' proposals for the Bedford Union Armory.

Clinton Hill »

Clinton Hill Logs More Than 35 Percent of Brooklyn's Condo Sales

The boom in condo sales was due in large part to units at 91 Grand Ave, according to MNS Real Estate.

Central Harlem »

Harlem Building Still Without Cooking Gas After Failed Con Ed Inspection

Residents grow frustrated after their building failed an inspection to turn the gas back on. 

Crown Heights »

MAP: Development Booming in Crown Heights and Prospect-Lefferts Gardens

There are more than a dozen major construction projects underway or planned for the area.

Washington Heights »

MAP: Highest Percentage of Manhattan's 'Worst' Landlords Are Uptown

Washington Heights and Inwood are home to 69 of the worst 206 buildings on the Public Advocate's list.

Jamaica »

MAP: Luxury Residence Among Buildings Changing the Face of Jamaica

New residential and commercial projects have been transforming the neighborhood.

Crown Heights »

Officials Threaten Astoria Cove Project Over Brooklyn Rent Fight

Elected officials and tenants will hold a hearing Monday about the fate of the Astoria Cove Project.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Dozens of Brooklyn Churches Looking to Sell Their Land

Hundreds of clergy attended a Borough Hall conference to learn how to build out their land.

Upper West Side »

Developer Blames Homeless in Bid to Replace Public Space With Retail

A developer in charge of a public atrium in Lincoln Square wants to turn it into commercial space.

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