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Greenpoint »

Landmarked houses, centennial churches, parks and streets attest to Greenpoint's Irish history.

Bushwick »

Both North Brooklyn buildings were designated by the city's Landmark Preservation Commission Tuesday. 

Greenpoint »

Voters at a poling place at 424 Leonard Street faced wait times of an hour or more to vote.

Cobble Hill »

The organization's new leadership sat down with DNAinfo to discuss neighborhood issues.

Williamsburg »

The LPC voted on Tuesday to landmark The Williamsburgh Trust Company building. 

East Harlem »

Two Catholic churches received landmark status.

Brooklyn Heights »

People posting on Instagram during the 31-year-old tours magnified privacy concerns.

Yorkville »

The house was built in the mid-1800s and is one of six wooden frame houses in the neighborhood.

Carnegie Hill »

The building's owner is seeking to update the building and add one floor to its top.

South Street Seaport »

The neighborhood, under controversial development, was added to the most endangered historic sites list.

Fort Greene »

The owners of Colonia Verde at 219 DeKalb Ave. want to rehang the 1970s-era sign.

Bed-Stuy »

The mansion at 375 Stuyvesant Ave., former home to a medical trailblazer, is now a community space.

New York City »

DNAinfo.com New York visited five of the city's oldest and most storied restaurants.

East Village & Lower East Side »

The series of five historic buildings depicted on 40 banners was unveiled Thursday. 

Downtown »

Landmarks is looking into an entrance and staircase the NYPD built at the historic Varick Street stable.