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Williamsburg »

A landlord faces fines for a mural painted by Shepard Fairey.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The developer plans to build a seven-story retail and residential hub at the former gas station site.

Navy Yard »

The person suffered serious injuries but was listed as stable at Methodist Hospital, officials said.

Midtown »

The connector fell while workers were moving two-ton crate at the site at 217 W. 57 St., officials said.

Sutton Place »

For the next 90 days, the city will work with homeowners to get their elevators into compliance.

Jamaica »

The Latin American Intercultural Alliance has to leave its location at 148-15 Archer Ave.   

Astoria »

The Department of Buildings accused the contractor of "cutting corners" at its Astoria work site.

Hudson Square »

A neighbor made a 311 complaint about the crane at 565 Broome St. and it was still at the site Monday. 

Long Island City »

Part of the building's eighth floor collapsed at 42-20 27th St.

Chelsea »

"We don't have enough sisters to continue this mission here," Sister Fabia Pena said.

Astoria »

Three workers were seriously injured after building materials collapsed through the roof.

Bed-Stuy »

A developer filed permits for a 16-unit rental building at Franklin and DeKalb avenues, records show.

Chelsea »

An elevator pinned the worker against a wall at Pier 57 where the chef's market will open, police said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The developer plans to break ground on the hotel in August, a spokeswoman for the architect said.