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Civic Center »

The vote paves the way for developers to build a complex with retail space and 1,146 apartments.

Williamsburg »

The Rabsky Group built three buildings that are not accessible to people in wheelchairs, the suit says.

Williamsburg »

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

Williamsburg »

The borough president opposes the Rabsky Group's plan for the 1,146 unit apartment complex.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Hundreds of residents packed a forum at Borough Hall Monday night before storming out.

Bushwick »

"We tried," said a city representative from HPD, but ultimately the city has no legal right.

Bushwick »

The Rabsky Group will get to build a larger building in exchange for 100 subsidized apartments.

Civic Center »

Protesters shut down a second public meeting called to discuss a 1,147-unit apartment complex. 

Williamsburg »

The meeting was called off after about 30 minutes of commotion.

Williamsburg »

Rabsky Group's massive apartment complex would have 344 affordable apartments.

Bushwick »

Dozens of dump trucks illegally idle along Evergreen Avenue starting as early as 2 a.m., neighbors say.

Bushwick »

Brooklyn Deputy Borough President Diana Reyna questioned the developer's affordable housing commitment.

Bed-Stuy »

The seven-story building will be designed by architect Karl Fischer.