Community Board 6

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Gramercy »

The Capitol Princess will be bringing customers to the harbor's fishing grounds from East 23d Street.

Midtown East »

The DOT hopes to fill gaps in the First Avenue bike lane in Midtown, a spokesman said.

Carroll Gardens »

After postponing an update meeting last month, the DOT is scheduled to discuss the rollout May 19.

Midtown East »

The planned tower at 222 E. 44th St. will have 87 affordable apartments out of a total of 429 units.

Forest Hills »

The proposed development was designed by the same architect who fashioned the Aston building. 

Midtown East »

Elk Investors has filed an application for below-market-rate units at 230-232 E. 54th St.

Red Hook »

CB6's general board voted to back the application for a 200-bed nursing home in Red Hook.

Park Slope »

The timeline for the Knuffle Bunny statue has not yet been determined, officials said. 

Red Hook »

Community Board 6's land use committee voted down a plan to build a 200-bed nursing home in Red Hook.

Carroll Gardens »

The board requested that developers create affordable units in the same building as market-rate units.

Cobble Hill »

Then-Councilman Bill de Blasio was arrested protesting the closure of Engine Company 204 in 2003.

Midtown East »

Tree counters will gather at East 43rd St. and Second Ave. to help out with the citywide TreeCount.

Kips Bay »

Community Board 6 voted down a resolution calling for a public review process.