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Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Next year, get ready for a City Council race, CitiBike expansion and a new ticker for the clocktower.

Brooklyn Heights »

The lights will shine every night from 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. through Jan. 8 at 60 Furman St.

Upper East Side »

Residents have filed a challenge against DDG's plans for a 521-foot-tall tower on Third Avenue.

Murray Hill »

Michael Heletz, of Excel Development Group, filed plans to demolish four East 33rd Street buildings.

Civic Center »

Protesters shut down a second public meeting called to discuss a 1,147-unit apartment complex. 

Mott Haven »

A bookstore/wine bar may be coming to the South Bronx. 

Hunts Point »

The project was a chance for Mayor Bill de Blasio to show commitment to MWBE development, critics say.

Greenpoint »

102 affordable studios, one- and two-bedroom apartments are opening up in Greenpoint Landing.

Greenpoint »

Ava Javier had applied to 100+ housing lotteries with little response. Then she found a winning tip.

Cobble Hill »

The organization's new leadership sat down with DNAinfo to discuss neighborhood issues.

Astoria »

A sign at the site says the new supermarket will open in 2017 and include free parking.

Long Island City »

The group will hold its first public meeting on Thursday at MoMA PS1.

Sunnyside »

The developer withdrew its application for the 10-story Barnett Avenue project, a city councilman said.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Construction of new apartments, offices, stores and parks is changing the Downtown Brooklyn skyline.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The developer of the Hudson Yards expect the project to be completed by 2024.