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The city released an RFP seeking a developer to build apartments and Covenant House's new headquarters.

Hunts Point »

The storm could have greatly damaged the neighborhood if it had arrived earlier, officials said.

Chelsea »

The Hudson River Park Trust said the pier is an "ideal space for art, production and film studios."

East Harlem »

The "E125" development will have 1,000 apartments, a Proton therapy center, and more commercial space.

Emerson Hill »

The city put out a bid for repairs — and potentially a new operator — for Staten Island Go-Karts.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The NYPD parking lot near Hudson Yards could become the site of an all-affordable housing development. 

Washington Heights »

A 2014 request for proposals didn't generate much interest, the Parks Department said.

St. George »

The city released an RFP on Tuesday for 55 Stuyvesant Place.

Fort Greene »

The hospital would develop a new facility on their parking lot on DeKalb Avenue and Ashland Place.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The building should also "avoid looking like a dystopian glass box," the board wrote.

Stapleton »

The city released an RFP for the second and third phase of the Stapleton Waterfront Project last week.

Kips Bay »

The city is transferring kids 14 and older out of the issue-plagued Children's Center on First Avenue.

Midland Beach »

The cafe will take the place of an historic diner that was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy.

Cobble Hill »

Fortis Property Group and NYU Langone Medical Center are currently negotiating with the state.

Brooklyn Heights »

Developers at the Pier 6 site will be required to build 130,000 square feet of affordable housing.