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Upper East Side »

An UES group released a study recommending ways to protect the diversity of the neighborhood.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The applicants are vying for affordable units in Sky, a luxury residential tower on 42nd Street. 

Chelsea »

The U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Softwood Lumber Board are backing the project on W. 18th St.

Boerum Hill »

NYCHA plans to construct two mixed-income buildings on parking lots in Boerum Hill.

Central Harlem »

The block association is hoping part of the historic structure is preserved. 

Crown Heights »

The Crown Heights corner lot where "Juice Hugger" is located sold for $1.2M earlier this year.

Boerum Hill »

The city is proposing to bring hundreds of market rate and affordable units to both neighborhoods.

Washington Heights »

HAP Investment Developers is seeking a zoning variance to build a residential tower at 4452 Broadway.

Crown Heights »

The empty lot was snapped up by its buyer in less than 48 hours, the broker on the deal said.

Washington Heights »

Four New York State senators expressed their support for a New Jersey lawmaker's bill.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The NYPD parking lot near Hudson Yards could become the site of an all-affordable housing development. 

Astoria »

The Astoria market will close as the building is renovated but will reopen as a brand-new store.

Yorkville »

Gristedes will close if the sale goes through, according to the grocery chain's CEO John Catsimatidis.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The plan is the second phase of a larger project by the developers of 626 Flatbush Ave.

Cobble Hill »

Proposed condos would create new community 'the size of Boerum Hill in a small corner of Cobble Hill.'