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Hudson Square »

DNAinfo obtained records that show how closely the city worked with developers on the project.

Hudson Square »

The commissioners asked why affordable units were isolated in one of the project's three buildings.

Far Rockaway »

The "roadmap for action" identifies needs within the economically-depressed area, officials said. 

Sunnyside »

The Commission voted unanimously to approve the plan for 209 affordable units on Barnett Avenue.

Gowanus »

City Councilman Brad Lander will re-launch his Bridging Gowanus initiative to engage locals in planning.

Civic Center »

Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen said the city passed their goals despite "some headwinds coming out of Albany."

Hudson Square »

The Trust will have more than 400,000 square feet of development rights left after the St. John's deal.

Flushing »

The neighborhood had multiple concerns over the rezoning, including infrastructure and affordability. 

East New York »

The City Council questioned agency officials Monday on specifics in the plan to rezone the area.

East New York »

The plan passed with a 12-1 vote and will continue to the City Council.

Chinatown »

Seniors gathered at City Hall Wednesday to push the Council to pass the mayor's controversial plan.

Civic Center »

The Council questioned the administration on specific issues with the controversial citywide proposal.

Civic Center »

The City Council is pushing for deeper affordability in the mayor's Mandatory Inclusionary Housing plan.

Civic Center »

The City Council, which has the final say on the plan, will meet to discuss proposals next week.

Greenwich Village »

The hearing began at 9 a.m. At 6:30 p.m., more than 100 people had testified.