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Clinton Hill »

St. Mary's Episcopal Church plans to demolish its parish hall and construct a 16-story building.

Chelsea »

The "pioneer of health-conscious dining" closed its East 60th Street outpost back in 2014.

Times Square & Theater District »

The early-1900s theater on West 44th Street became a city landmark in 1987, records show.

Crown Heights »

The new sports shop in Crown Heights will open next week, the company said.

Williamsburg »

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

East Harlem »

Two Catholic churches received landmark status.

Bushwick »

As many as 50 people were on the balcony when it gave way, fire officials said. 

Upper East Side »

Another story will be built on top of the building at 1143 Fifth Ave.

Todt Hill »

The private mausoleum, built in 1886, was one of eight backlogged properties designated a landmark.

Crown Heights »

"The beauty and magnificence of this building speaks for itself," the LPC said.

East New York »

The Empire State Dairy complex was calendared for consideration by the LPC on Tuesday.

Washington Heights »

Ydanis Rodriguez said designating one location and not others is a "disservice" to the community. 

Yorkville »

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

Bushwick »

The city will fast track the landmark process for 3 historic structures in Bushwick and Williamsburg.

Midtown »

The LPC will vote on seven 42nd Street theaters and the Bergdorf Goodman building.