Department of Design and Construction

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Charleston »

The agency is looking to rent office space at 101 Tyrellan Ave. to be closer to projects in the borough.

Corona »

The plaza, underneath the 103rd Street-Corona Plaza 7 train, is being transformed. 

College Point »

Multiple city agencies prepared a report for Deputy Mayor Anthony Shorris about closing Rikers.

Bed-Stuy »

Changes in the $4.1 million renovation include an expanded stage, new lighting, seating and more.

Woodrow »

The $48 million project is only the second in the city to be given the honor.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The theaters will provide "affordable" performance space for low-budget, nonprofit theaters.

West Brighton »

The project will replace the 15 smaller fish tanks with four floor-to-ceiling ones.

East Village »

The Alamo Cube was reinstalled in Astor Place on Tuesday afternoon.

Broad Channel »

Department of Design and Construction employees claim Luis Mendes has been destroying morale.

Brownsville »

A city presentation shows how parts of the Bronx and Brooklyn could be made safer.

East Village »

The return of the cube has been delayed due to "unforeseen logistical issues," according to a DDC rep.

Lower East Side »

Construction on a stretch of the business-lined corridor will wrap up in September.

Upper East Side »

Streets will close for a repaving project that will take place from Aug. 29 through Oct. 12.

Charleston »

The new sidewalk will run from Arthur Kill Road to the Shoprite, DOT said.

Jamaica »

The facility, at Queens Hospital Center, is the largest EMS station in Queens.