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East Village »

Neighborhood groups on Monday rallied in front of the five pre-war buildings slated for demolition.

Astoria »

The shop owner taking over the old Rite Aid at 36-01 Broadway says the terra-cotta exterior will remain.

Chelsea »

The Landmarks Preservation Commission approved an owner's plans to alter his home at 404 W. 20th St.

Chelsea »

An architect presenting plans to alter 442 W. 22nd St. didn't know anyone was living in the building.

Woodside »

The terra cotta-covered facade in Woodside is the latest site that preservationists want to save.

Astoria »

The owner of the property is doing renovations at the site to combine it with a building next door.

Park Slope »

The Landmarks Preservation Commission recently approved plans for the expansion.

West Village »

Two parking lots, at 11 and 85 Jane St., are slated to become apartment buildings.

Chelsea »

The owner of 404 W. 20th St. presented revised plans to the Landmarks Preservation Commission.

Meatpacking District »

After fixing their 'fussy' design, developers can now reconstruct the block for 'world class tenants.'

Upper West Side »

The Board of Standards and Appeals shot down the developer's bid for a zoning variance. 

Chelsea »

Locals have been fighting what they call the owner's plans to turn the home into a "megamansion."

Meatpacking District »

The commission will vote on the new design on Tuesday, June 7.

Chelsea »

A developer wants to demolish buildings at 21 W. 17th St. and 16 W. 18th St.

Upper West Side »

The developer is set to appear before the Board of Standards and Appeals on June 2.