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Boerum Hill »

Led by advocacy group F.U.R.E.E., tenants are demanding a seat at the table during the planning process.

Yorkville »

Attorney Edward Kehoe is planning to build a six-story apartment building on East 81st Street.

Long Island City »

Variations Theatre Group, which runs The Chain Theatre on 45th Road, will need to move out by February.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The Speedway Station on 10th Ave. and 45th St. is on its way to becoming condos, according to reports.

Long Island City »

The board recommended Thursday against two citywide zoning text amendments.

Sunnyside »

The longtime bar at 42-17 Queens Blvd. is closed for good, according to the building owner.

Yorkville »

Lightstone Group purchased the building this year for $32.5 million.

Yorkville »

The city Board of Standards and Appeals approved the school's plan to expand by three stories.

Gramercy »

Plug Uglies will close its home of 20 years on Saturday, an owner said.

Upper East Side »

The building planned for E. 97th St. will incorporate gardens and possibly solar panels, officials said.

Yorkville »

The building that has hosted the garage for decades was reportedly sold for $11.6 million.

Crown Heights »

The 122,000-square-foot project on St. Johns Place will include space for the pharmacy, developers said.

Upper East Side »

The Marymount School is planning to replace its tennis court with a fourth facility.

Flatbush »

The mixed-use project is set to be built at the corner of Flatbush and Caton avenues.

Upper East Side »

The owner wants to add six stories to a building in a historic district.