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East Harlem »

Protesters hissed and booed throughout the meeting, then stormed the stage to protest the vote. 

Williamsburg »

A Latino housing advocate said the site will unfairly favor Williamsburg's orthodox Jewish neighbors.

Sutton Place »

City Planning commissioners said the rezoning plan could discourage the creation of affordable housing.

Williamsburg »

The public review process for an 1,146-unit mega development at the Broadway Triangle began this week.

East Harlem »

Residents largely criticized the rezoning plan and said the housing development would exclude locals.

Ocean Breeze »

Ocean Breeze, Oakwood Beach and Graham Beach face rezoning.

East Harlem »

3,500 units of housing will be created under the plan, according to the city.

Williamsburg »

A $1 million-dollar shortage, expected to come from BP Eric Adams office, nearly ruined the deal.

Crown Heights »

The decision came hours before the project faced its first public review.

Williamsburg »

The city forked over $160 million to CitiStorage property owner Norman Brodsky on Wednesday.

Bed-Stuy »

The study would examine the possible land uses for the manufacturing district from Classon to Nostrand.

Concourse »

The bill aims to help auto shops on Jerome Avenue avoid getting pushed out under the upcoming rezoning.

Midtown »

Stringer said de Blasio's homelessness plan reboot is the most important speech of his mayoralty.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The Prospect-Lefferts Gardens block association says it will sue to save 176 Fenimore St.

Rosebank »

Residents worry the planned apartment buildings at 125 Edgewater St. would not provide enough parking.