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Williamsburg »

Half of the subsidized housing will be three or four bedroom units, the developer said Tuesday.

Crown Heights »

A one million-square-foot development may replace the Golombeck spice factory, the Real Deal reported.

Crown Heights »

The nine-story building will replace an empty lot at Pacific Street, permits filed this week show.

Long Island City »

City Planning officials want to create more affordable housing and encourage office development.

Vinegar Hill »

A community board committee voted against the plans bring 93 new apartments to 251 Front St.

Red Hook »

Because knowledge is power and there are never enough armchair urban planners in this city.

Inwood »

The owners told DNAinfo New York they wanted to maintain a good relationship with the community.

Greenwich Village »

From promised parks to massive developments, expect to see some neighborhood change in 2017.

Bed-Stuy »

Locals worry that the project on Flushing and Franklin avenues would exclude long-time residents.

Hudson Square »

Neighborhoods across the city are grappling with Mandatory Inclusionary Housing with mixed results.

Civic Center »

Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen said the city passed their goals despite "some headwinds coming out of Albany."

East New York »

Mayor Bill de Blasio said the process was a learning experience but that he was proud of the outcome.

Flushing »

The neighborhood had multiple concerns over the rezoning, including infrastructure and affordability. 

East New York »

The plan, expected to drastically change the neighborhood, sailed through the City Council on Wednesday.

East New York »

Councilman Rafael Espinal said that while the plan is not perfect, it's the "best possible plan."