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Williamsburg »

The borough president opposes the Rabsky Group's plan for the 1,146 unit apartment complex.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Hundreds of residents packed a forum at Borough Hall Monday night before storming out.

Woodside »

Chetrit Group, a developer known for owning the Hotel Chelsea for two years, bought the site June 15.

Morrisania »

A group of urban designers proposed a line connecting The Bronx, Queens, and Brooklyn.

Williamsburg »

The developers were met with disbelief by advocates who point out their track record in Bushwick.

Astoria »

The house on 31st Avenue is slated to become a 6-story apartment building and eatery.

Upper East Side »

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

St. George »

The 460-foot tall crane, which is 170 feet shorter than the wheel will be, was installed last month.

Crown Heights »

The Islands and Good Nature Pharmacy also will close and plan to open nearby, staff said.

Astoria »

The store, on Astoria Boulevard and Newtown Avenue, sells props to film and television set designers.

Long Island City »

The property at 21-42 44th Dr. has been halfway dismantled by construction crews.

Port Morris »

The development would be located on two sites in Port Morris at 2401 Third Ave. and 101 Lincoln Ave.

Marble Hill »

The speech made no mention of Diaz's rumored interest in running for mayor of New York.

Forest Hills »

DNAinfo readers weighed in on an announcement that Forest Hills "Restaurant Row" will not be demolished.

Woodside »

CB2 said the church failed to prove its need for a city variance to build taller than zoning allows.