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Crown Heights »

The Nostrand Avenue space is a sister site to the embattled Slave Theater in Bedford-Stuyvesant.

Upper East Side »

The funds will go toward fixing iconic structures and taking care of green landscapes, officials say.

Park Slope »

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

Corona »

The redone "Freedom of the Human Spirit" was presented this week to the city's Design Commission.

Central Harlem »

The owner met with residents to outline the terms of the sale and plans for the future of the complex.

Hamilton Heights »

The city restored and painted a regulation-size high school court on W. 151st St. and Amsterdam Ave.

Hamilton Heights »

CITYarts is repairing the work they helped create in 2005.

East Harlem »

Don Pedrito, who retired in 2013, now spends his time restoring old bikes to their former glory.

Red Hook »

The Lehigh Valley Barge No. 79 was awarded $269,274, officials announced Tuesday.

East Harlem »

The fence is meant to bring safety to the homeless people who sleep on the church steps, officials said.

Carroll Gardens »

Saint Agnes Catholic Church raised nearly $21,000 to restore its piano and launch a concert series.

Central Harlem »

After 36 years of neglect, the building has become too delapidated to save.

Central Harlem »

The watchtower atop Marcus Garvey Park will begin to be dismantled by the end of November.

Central Harlem »

The watchtower atop Marcus Garvey Park will begin to come down in November. It will be restored in 2017.

East Harlem »

Marina Ortiz spent ten years photographing the neighborhood's murals.