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Park Slope »

Three beautifully renovated Brooklyn townhouses, all with historic details, have upcoming open houses.

Upper East Side »

The MTA wants to install elevators and stairways at the station to make it easier to access.

Crown Heights »

The project will convert vacant medical offices at 467-75 St. Marks Ave., owned by Alma Realty.

Carnegie Hill »

The building's owner is seeking to update the building and add one floor to its top.

Red Hook »

The $2.5 million interior overhaul is slated to begin next year.

Yorkville »

Asphalt Green is planning a $2.2 million upgrade of its Murphy Center.

Yorkville »

Upper East Siders are invited to share how $1.3 million should be used to upgrade the play space.

Upper East Side »

The playground boasts a new synthetic turf, water fountain and a freshly resurfaced basketball court.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The proposal is a part of the "Brooklyn Strand" project, the borough president said.

Crown Heights »

The 1888 brick home at 1372 Dean St. has been undergoing renovation since August 2014, developers said.

Upper East Side »

The owner wants to add six stories to a building in a historic district.

Lower East Side »

Cogswell Realty wants to remove the upper floors of one of the factory's buildings.

Upper East Side »

The facelift is part of the Central Park Conservancy's bigger plan to revamp all of its playgrounds.

TriBeCa »

The Hudson River Park Trust announced an additional $10 million in funds for the pier.

Midtown »

The Central Park Conservancy spruced up the iconic Civil War monument and repaved the plaza.