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Washington Heights »

The owners of the former Coliseum on West 181st Street want to develop the space for retail.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The Market Diner opened in 1962 and temporarily closed in 2006.

Crown Heights »

The distinctive painting is still missing after being removed from the Bergen Street lot last month.

Clinton Hill »

The Key Food at 325 Lafayette Ave. will shutter on July 11.

Bed-Stuy »

Rentals and condos are rising along the thoroughfare as demand rises in the neighborhood, brokers say.

Fort Greene »

The Center for Fiction is moving into the BAM North II building, aka EyeBAM, in Fort Greene.

Upper West Side »

The project now has DOB approval but residents are still fighting the plans.

Clinton Hill »

Renderings for 504 Myrtle Ave. show a seven-story building with an additional rooftop level.

East Harlem »

The community garden will expand all the way to Park Avenue.

Bed-Stuy »

The seven-story building will be designed by architect Karl Fischer.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Extell Development Company bought rights to build a 60-story residential building for $115.5 million.

Clinton Hill »

Lots and buildings that were once eyesores are being renovated in Fort Greene and Clinton Hill.

Hudson Square »

Here's a look at the new developments around Spring Street this spring.

Crown Heights »

CB9 members voted to proceed with the zoning resolution amid a protest-filled meeting Tuesday.

Crown Heights »

A 69-unit apartment building will replace a former laundry facility on Carroll Street.