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Forest Hills »

Developers filed demolition permits for the supermarket at 69-65 Yellowstone Blvd. last week.

Upper East Side »

Health officials halted renovations at buildings where they say the landlord failed to protect tenants.

Lower East Side »

The sidewalks outside the property were still covered in snow as of Monday afternoon.

Crown Heights »

Activists have been publicly pressuring the Knicks star to drop the project for weeks.

High Bridge »

The mayor said he no longer speaks with James Capalino directly and has limited contact with lobbyists.

Crown Heights »

Slate Property Group will no longer redevelop the Crown Heights Armory following local protests.

Crown Heights »

Mayor de Blasio said the city would take a "very hard look" at Slate Property's role in the project.

Gowanus »

The warehouse will be used for sorting donations to be sold in Salvation Army thrift stores.

Park Slope »

The Department of Buildings has issued several serious safety violations at 535 Fourth Ave.

Crown Heights »

As first reported by DNAinfo, the armory will be rebuilt to create new housing and a recreation center.

Prospect Heights »

The former Green Point Savings Bank on Washington Avenue will be ripped down soon, permits show.

Bushwick »

"Let's invest in ways to make it more harmonious than it's been," the developer said.

Clinton Hill »

Slate Property Group wants to demolish the Key Food on Lafayette Avenue in Clinton Hill.

Park Slope »

The latest development to be announced is a 12-story building at Fourth Avenue and Garfield Place.

Fort Greene »

Cumbe Center for African and Diaspora Dance will hold its last classes on Fulton Street in January.