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Cobble Hill »

The children's playground at Henry and Pacific streets reopened Monday, the developer said.

Crown Heights »

A 12-story residential building is coming to 109 Montgomery St., developers said.

Chelsea »

Pepe Giallo will move down the street, and Auto Designs NYC is currently searching for a new home.

Yorkville »

The new building will be constructed by 2019, school officials say.

Upper East Side »

The new building will include 11 "homeownership" units and a fitness center, according to the developer.

Chelsea »

The new owner of 404 W. 20th St. has filed an application with the LPC to alter the building.

Long Island City »

The DOB issued a violation to the owners for doing work without a permit, a spokesman said.

Long Island City »

Residents started a campaign last week to preserve the property on 44th Drive from demolition.

Crown Heights »

The city approved permits to demolish the pair of brick houses at 262 and 264 Sullivan Pl. in February.

Prospect Heights »

Workers are gutting the former Green Point Savings Bank on Washington Avenue to make way for condos.

Cobble Hill »

Fortis Property Group has planned a major redevelopment of the former hospital site in Cobble Hill.

Central Harlem »

Developers want to replace the building with an 11-story mixed use complex, records show.

Upper East Side »

A State Supreme Court judge denied an owner's request to overturn landmark status on two buildings.

East Harlem »

The Salvation Army filed the demolition and new building permits on the same day.

Sugar Hill »

The landlord filed demolition permits with the city, but it's unclear what will replace the station.