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Park Slope »

Amenities include a market, affordable housing, fitness center and storage for 154 bikes, filings show.

Park Slope »

The decaying building has become an eyesore and a haven for rodents, neighbors say.

East Harlem »

The city's affordable housing program this week added 24 more units in East and Central Harlem.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The new project at 80 Flatbush Ave. will also include a cultural facility, offices and retail space.

East Williamsburg »

Eight new rent-stabilized units are available through the city's housing lottery at 73 Montrose Ave.

Brooklyn Heights »

Clipper Realty plans to add 12 units to the 161-unit building, the firm said.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The affordable housing lottery for 33 Bond St. opens Monday.

Battery Park City »

An interactive map by the Skyscraper Museum animates the construction of buildings dating back to 1874.

Yorkville »

The building will be managed by Maplewood Senior Living, according to investors.

Williamsburg »

Norman Brodsky and the city reached the deal on Monday afternoon after months of negotiations.

Upper East Side »

DNAinfo New York obtained data from the Dept. of Housing Preservation and Development for 2013-2015.

Civic Center »

Protesters shut down a second public meeting called to discuss a 1,147-unit apartment complex. 

Clinton Hill »

St. Mary's Episcopal Church plans to demolish its parish hall and construct a 16-story building.

Clinton Hill »

The new building at 501 Myrtle Ave. will include 10 residential units and ground-floor retail.

Yorkville »

DNAinfo New York readers said they're afraid the neighborhood is losing its character.