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Midtown East »

A skyscraper next to Grand Central is back on track with the settlement of a suit against the developer.

Gowanus »

City Councilman Brad Lander will re-launch his Bridging Gowanus initiative to engage locals in planning.

Gowanus »

A look at properties along the Gowanus Canal that are targeted for development or other changes.

East New York »

Mayor Bill de Blasio said the process was a learning experience but that he was proud of the outcome.

Williamsburg »

A plan for a sprawling office complex near the waterfront only needs the mayor's signature of approval.

Greenpoint »

Norman Brodsky launched a website dedicated to accepting offers on the 11-acre property at 1 N 11th St.

Bushwick »

Bushwick leaders aim to draft up a neighborhood rezoning plan in the coming months.

Chinatown »

The Chinatown Working Group will continue to fight for a rezoning to protect against high-rises.

Williamsburg »

A rezoning of a 14-block radius around the building at 25 Kent didn't get the support of City Planning.

Red Hook »

Oxford Nursing Home wants to build a 200-bed facility in the neighborhood's flood zone.

Williamsburg »

Property tax from 25 Kent Ave. should be used to finance Bushwick Inlet Park, said BP Eric Adams.

Upper West Side »

Not sharing where a family sits on a school waitlist keeps them unnecessarily in the dark, said the CEC.

East New York »

Local groups say that due to the site's history of neglect, further community input is needed.

East New York »

Protesters marched through Bushwick waving $100 bills emblazoned with Councilman Rafael Espinal's face.

Upper West Side »

With a shorter waitlist at P.S. 199, the urgency of the rezoning has lessened, officials said.