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Lower East Side »

The yet-unnamed hotel at 263 Broome Street's longstanding scaffolding has been dismantled.

TriBeCa »

The city has tightened restrictions on crane projects over the last decade, but are they tough enough?

TriBeCa »

Czech Republic-born mathematician David Wichs was killed in the collapse, reports said.

East Village »

One-bedrooms start at $1.1 million in the church-replacing 82-unit luxury building.

Prospect Heights »

Workers laid the last beam at the all-affordable Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park building Friday.

Bushwick »

Dozens of dump trucks illegally idle along Evergreen Avenue starting as early as 2 a.m., neighbors say.

Astoria »

The waterfront project will have 7 buildings and more than 2,000 apartments, and take 7 years to build.

Chelsea »

Construction barriers and scaffolding have made 132 W. 26th St. an "eyesore," locals said.

East Williamsburg »

The commercial spaces will cater to businesses with less than four employees, its developers said.

Astoria »

Someone scrawled the words "Cat Killer Here" on a piece of construction plywood at the site.

Long Island City »

A sign on the door says it's closed for construction "under new owners and new management."

Williamsburg »

Plans filed with the DOB for 120 South 4th St. were for a different building, a contractor discovered.

Midtown »

The worker was taken to New York Hospital with a leg injury, fire officials said.

Yorkville »

We asked you what should be done about quality of life issues stemming from late-night construction.