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Upper East Side »

The community has been battling developer DDG for nearly a year over its 1558 Third Ave. high-rise plan.

Queens Village »

The five victims ranged in age from 2 to 20 years old, according to the FDNY. 

Bed-Stuy »

A developer has filed plans for a mixed-use building at Fulton Street and Bedford Avenue, records show.

Chelsea »

The Health Department collected dust samples at the hotel after receiving a complaint about unsafe work.

Midtown »

The man was working at 1604 Broadway Wednesday morning when he fell. 

Yorkville »

Plans for the 235-foot building near York Avenue were filed on April 5.

East New York »

A man angry over being blocked from using a busted elevator punched the worker in the head, police said.

Bed-Stuy »

The new mixed-use building would replace a Papa John's, according to Department of Buildings plans.

Murray Hill »

The tower is slated to rise at 300 E. 41st St., at Second Avenue.

Chelsea »

The Health Department inspected the hotel after receiving a complaint about "unsafe work creating dust."

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The project will resemble one currently under construction on West 45th Street, the developer said.

Upper West Side »

The DOB has issued a partial work stop order for the public plaza where the carousel would operate. 

Gramercy »

John Pappas was fined after skipping two hearings on the status of 133 Third Ave. near 14th Street.

Midtown »

Thursday's incident is the latest at the future Marriott Hotel at 701 Seventh Ave., officials said.

East Williamsburg »

Shea Stadium owners had raised more than $50,000 in less than one day.