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Central Harlem »

The 133-year-old home on Astor Row is missing floors, walls and most of a roof.

Jackson Heights »

Developers presented a plan to add a four-story addition atop 84-11 37th Avenue.

Upper West Side »

Leaders and preservationists said not landmarking Broadway leaves it ripe for development. 

Meatpacking District »

The clothing retailer signed a lease for the old R&L Restaurant space on Gansevoort Street.

Park Slope »

People who can't attend the hearing can send comments via email.

Park Slope »

Locals slammed the proposed look of the new condo building at a Community Board 6 meeting Thursday.

Park Slope »

Hidrock Realty will give the public its first look at plans of the Pavilion Theater on July 23.

West Village »

The owners of West Village restaurant One If By Land, Two If By Sea were issued a violation by the city.

Park Slope »

Greystone says it's going to make the Lyceum into a single-use commercial space.

Greenwich Village »

An interactive online map shows hotspots dating back to the 1800s.

Upper West Side »

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

Upper West Side »

The extension, which landmarks all of West End Avenue, marks a victory for preservationists.

Civic Center »

The Landmarks Preservation Commission designated the Christopher Street building a historic landmark.

Jackson Heights »

The owner of the building on 37th Avenue near 85th Street wants to build an apartment on top.

Park Slope »

The owner of 41 Montgomery Place wants to add a penthouse and steel deck.