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Downtown Brooklyn »

The 1,066-foot tower will be the tallest in the borough.

Prospect Heights »

The rental building will be complete by winter of 2017, the developers said.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Documents filed with the DOB show plans for a 1,066-foot skyscraper in Downtown Brooklyn.

Long Island City »

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

Lower East Side »

Essex Crossing developers released renderings of the first phase of construction.

South Street Seaport »

Howard Hughes Corporation's plan to redevelop the Seaport is now online.

Financial District »

Howard Hughes Corporation wants to build a tower, a market and a marina in the South Street Seaport.

South Street Seaport »

Howard Hughes Corporation unveiled its plans for redeveloping the Seaport Tuesday night.

Lower East Side »

The Seward Park Urban Renewal Area is set to be developed after decades of disuse.

Midtown »

A 3-acre rooftop park, airy sunlit terminals and direct connections to airports were among the ideas.

Downtown »

TriBeCa's P.S. 150 has a bright new music room at the Greenwich Street school.

Downtown »

City Councilwoman Margaret Chin said skateboarders are overwhelming the new East River Waterfront and damaging benches.

Downtown »

The new two-block park runs from Wall Street to Maiden Lane, and is the first section of the East River Waterfront.

Downtown »

Howard Hughes Corp., the new owner of the South Street Seaport, is discussing its options with the city and SHoP Architects.

Downtown »

The first section of the new park, between Maiden Lane and Wall Street, is scheduled to open by the end of the year.