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Stapleton »

The development would take over the site of a wood frame house, New York YIMBY reported.

Yorkville »

Neighbors of the Chapin School for girls say there's no quiet on East 84th Street anymore.


The Jehovah's Witnesses have reportedly reached a deal in the sale of their two DUMBO properties.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The city may look for a developer to take over 131 Livingston St. and add up to 700 school seats.

Clinton Hill »

Ten construction projects are underway or being planned for a two-block stretch of Myrtle Avenue.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The planned expansion will include a new 60,000-square-foot ballroom and a new truck facility.

Morningside Heights »

A new condo next to Jewish Theological Seminary should respect the neighborhood context, residents said.

Bed-Stuy »

Ikhofi Café is among several new spots that have opened and are planned for the commercial corridor.

Sunnyside »

Phipps Houses is planning the 220-unit building for Barnett Avenue between 50th and 52nd streets.

Long Island City »

Luna, a 124-unit building recently purchased by developer World Wide Group, will open in May.

West Brighton »

Staten Island's borough president wants to prevent developers from cramming too many homes on one lot.

Upper East Side »

Ceruzzi Properties wants to move a subway station entrance to the sidewalk.

Fort Greene »

Brooklyn Hospital Center is selling its Maynard Building at 240 Willoughby St.

Upper East Side »

The developer canceled an hour before the meeting was due to take place, a community leader said.

Williamsburg »

Deputy Borough President Diana Reyna worried the 14-block rezoning was being rushed.