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Long Island City »

The Durst Organization says at least a quarter of the apartments will be affordable.

Sunnyside »

The owner of the building says he's hoping to get the project started in the next year.

Lower East Side »

The owners want to build the addition atop the old Provident Loan Society building on East Houston St.

Red Hook »

The neighborhood marked the occasion with a "Barnacle Parade."

Crown Heights »

The 122,000-square-foot project on St. Johns Place will include space for the pharmacy, developers said.

Cobble Hill »

Fortis Property Group unveiled an updated version of the plan Tuesday. 

Prospect Heights »

The former Green Point Savings Bank on Washington Avenue will be ripped down soon, permits show.

Fort George »

The new building would go up at the corner of Broadway and Fairview Avenue.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The plan is the second phase of a larger project by the developers of 626 Flatbush Ave.

Long Island City »

SHoP Architects plan to restore the old paint building as part of the project.

Inwood »

The owners of 85-95 Cooper St. are looking to sell the property to a residential developer.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

DNAinfo New York rounded up development projects in the neighborhood, most of them residential.

Long Island City »

QLIC at Queens Plaza North and 24th Street will begin leasing its 421 apartments this spring.

Long Island City »

The Corner is being built at 47-28 11th St., while Liv@ Murray Park is underway at 11-35 45th Ave.

Long Island City »

Property Markets Group filed plans to develop 29-37 41st Ave. into a skyscraper with 930 apartments.