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Red Hook »

It's a myth that buying a condo means you don't have to be involved in your building's community.

Long Island City »

Long Island City's new buildings are forcing landlords to make changes in Midtown East, experts say.

Astoria »

The 6,800-square-foot building, formerly Club Purlieu, will be turned into five or six retail stores.

Crown Heights »

The Crown Heights church was promised 7,000 square feet in the building replacing the old Savoy Theater.

Yorkville »

Plans for the site at 427 E. 90th St. call for a building with 21 units. 

Forest Hills »

Developers filed demolition permits for the supermarket at 69-65 Yellowstone Blvd. last week.

Long Island City »

Rockrose Development Corp. wants to construct an 18-story apartment building at the site.

Park Slope »

The Aaron joins a growing list of modern buildings popping up in the South Slope.

Yorkville »

A developer has filed plans for an 18-story apartment building at 1639-41 First Ave. near 85th Street.

Long Island City »

The report identified a 70-acre portion of Sunnyside Yard it deemed the "most viable for development."

Jamaica »

The building planned by Transitional Services for New York will include 44 apartment units. 

Long Island City »

The company bought the landmarked Clock Tower building and adjacent development site for $167 million.

Long Island City »

The 88-room hotel is planned for a triangle-shaped lot at 42-59 Crescent St. at 43rd Avenue.

Rego Park »

The 7-story development is currently under construction at 97-45 63rd Drive in Rego Park.