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Charleston »

Riverside Galleria has tried to get an exemption that would allow it to bypass a review process.

Clinton Hill »

CB 2 voted to recommend against approval of five zoning variances that would allow a seven-story school.

East Village »

The amended plan for the old Stuy Town Post Office is three stories lower than the initial plan.

Upper East Side »

Construction will continue through the summer and then on and off through 2019, officials said.

Woodside »

CB2 said the church failed to prove its need for a city variance to build taller than zoning allows.

Long Island City »

The 88-room hotel is planned for a triangle-shaped lot at 42-59 Crescent St. at 43rd Avenue.

Woodside »

The Universal Church amended its plans to include a public plaza along Roosevelt Avenue.

Fort Wadsworth »

Oddo asked the city to force developers of the controversial project to go through a lengthy review.

Woodside »

Critics questioned the size of the project and how construction will impact Roosevelt Avenue businesses.

Upper West Side »

Congregation Shearith Israel need approval for alterations to its proposed nine-story building.

Stapleton »

Plans for townhouses at 680 to 684 Van Duzer St. call for driveways to feed onto a pedestrian crosswalk.

St. George »

James Oddo wants the city to reject the application because it doesn't fit the neighborhood.

East Village »

Developers are now asking for an additional four stories for the development at 432 E. 14th Street.

Upper West Side »

The developer is set to appear before the Board of Standards and Appeals on June 2.

Washington Heights »

LargaVista Companies is hoping to redevelop 4566 Broadway to include 117 apartments.