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Rossville »

Representatives from Queens and Staten Island say they would oppose any efforts to place jails there.

College Point »

City Hall has been studying a plan that would build two new jails in city neighborhoods.

Sunnyside »

Phipps Houses is planning the 220-unit building for Barnett Avenue between 50th and 52nd streets.

Upper West Side »

Residents said it was unfair to ask them to give up parking in the name of affordable housing. 

Cobble Hill »

Fortis Property Group may choose to go through the ULURP process, which requires city approval.

Greenpoint »

City Planning has started engaging with businesses like Lucky's Real Tomatoes.

Sutton Place »

The plan calls for a height cap of 260 feet and mandatory affordable housing in any new project.

Astoria »

The distinction will preserve the land as open space and secure the park's future, board members said.

Brooklyn Heights »

The controversial deal allows a luxury condo tower and a new library to be built at the site.

Brooklyn Heights »

Councilman Stephen Levin backed the new proposal for the Brooklyn Heights redevelopment.

Red Hook »

Community Board 6's land use committee voted down a plan to build a 200-bed nursing home in Red Hook.

West Village »

Residents believed they would get 3 public parks after the city finished decades-long capital projects.

Sutton Place »

Bauhouse Group is moving ahead with plans to demolish buildings to make way for a 900-foot skyscraper.

Cobble Hill »

Lander's zoning opinion is key because the City Council typically defers to the local councilman.