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Astoria »

The film studio will break ground this fall on a 4-story building on 34th Avenue and 36th Street.

Upper East Side »

A developer of a new condo building on 88th Street skirted zoning law to build taller, officials say.

Yorkville »

The new building will be constructed by 2019, school officials say.


DUMBO's powerHouse Arena will be closing and moving its bookstore to Adams and Water streets.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Brookfield's project will include three office towers, a residential building and a two-acre park.

Upper East Side »

DDG needs to resubmit plans for its luxury condo tower, city officials say.

Bushwick »

9 Moffat St. in Bushwick and 375 S. Fifth St. in Williamsburg now belong to the Parks Department.

Clinton Hill »

The tour will focus on five construction projects between Classon Avenue and Hall Street.

East Harlem »

Developer AvalonBay is planning to build new schools, apartments and retail on East 96th Street.

Williamsburg »

North Brooklyn is also the top "gentrifying" area, the Furman Center found.

Brooklyn Heights »

The Jehovah's Witnesses have put 107 Columbia Heights on the market.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The 1,066-foot tower will be the tallest in the borough.

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.