. development

Recent Headlines
Clinton Hill »

A seven-story condo building at 500 Waverly Avenue has topped out.

Fort Greene »

An environmental study found potentially carcinogenic materials buried underneath the soil at BAM Park.

Gramercy »

The building is expected to include a lounge, fitness studio and terraces, according to permits.

Inwood »

The group said they're planning to stop the "real estate land grab" happening in Northern Manhattan.

Long Island City »

The DOB issued a violation to the owners for doing work without a permit, a spokesman said.

Long Island City »

Residents started a campaign last week to preserve the property on 44th Drive from demolition.

Brooklyn Heights »

The Brooklyn Borough Board approved the controversial $52 million sale of the Brooklyn Heights Library.

Chelsea »

Ed Hamilton's "The Chintz Age" features "tales of love and loss for a new New York."

Downtown Brooklyn »

Borough President Adams says Downtown Brooklyn has become overcrowded due to residential development.

Mott Haven »

The school hopes to open its new building in The Hub by early July.

Midtown »

The flagship store will blend new glass designs with existing historical structures.

Upper East Side »

A new 18-story residential tower is planned for East 86th Street, plans show.

Lower East Side »

The business improvement district has rebranded itself as the Lower East Side Partnership.

Lower East Side »

The yet-unnamed hotel at 263 Broome Street's longstanding scaffolding has been dismantled.

Fort Greene »

The affordable housing lottery is now open for 282 units at 250 Ashland Place near BAM.