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Crown Heights »

The West Indian American Day Carnival Association is the building's first planned tenant.

East Village »

The newly renovated Carmen Pabon Garden will be open year-round.

Crown Heights »

Activists have been publicly pressuring the Knicks star to drop the project for weeks.

Crown Heights »

Slate Property Group will no longer redevelop the Crown Heights Armory following local protests.

Crown Heights »

Mayor de Blasio said the city would take a "very hard look" at Slate Property's role in the project.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Affordable housing advocates marched through Downtown Brooklyn Wednesday.

Fort Greene »

The Ingersoll Senior Residences will offer services specifically for the LGBT community.

St. George »

The state funds were granted after developers gave to the governor's campaign, Politico reported.

Crown Heights »

As first reported by DNAinfo, the armory will be rebuilt to create new housing and a recreation center.

St. George »

The Sweden-based clothing chain will open a location at Empire Outlets.

Mariners Harbor »

The developers will rehabilitate the Mariners Harbor complex.

St. George »

The video shows a 3D rendition of the hotel and outlet mall expected to open in 2016.

Stapleton »

BFC Partners filed permits to build a new 214-unit building near the Stapleton waterfront.

St. George »

The mall, in the shadow of the New York Wheel, is scheduled to open in 2016.

St. George »

After a long delayed vote, the council unanimously approved the Ferris wheel and outlet mall.