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Ditmars »

The new owners have no plans to change the properties, according to a realtor who brokered the deal.

Crown Heights »

The 1.2 million-square-foot project would include 800 affordable units, said developer Bruce Eichner.

Mariners Harbor »

The project, which residents fought to stop, was nearly unanimously approved by the council Tuesday.

Civic Center »

The vote paves the way for developers to build a complex with retail space and 1,146 apartments.

Corona »

Preservation groups are writing letters — in crayon — to the library, which owns the home.

Cypress Hills »

"Chestnut Commons" will have units set aside for homeless families and an array of community facilities.

Williamsburg »

Thirty-eight subsidized apartments are up for grabs in a grand Street building where Rainbow used to be.

Carroll Gardens »

One state lawmaker wants to make it harder to buy property anonymously through LLCs.

Crown Heights »

Two people were arrested protesting the project before the commission voted 11 to one to approve it.

Chelsea »

Chun Woo Realty Corp plans to replace the two existing buildings with one designed by Gene Kaufman. 

Crown Heights »

The Bedford-Union Armory plan would have virtually no impact on the area, an environmental report found.

Great Kills »

Only 76 people sold homes to the city, which offered thousands of dollars in its Build it Back program.

Gowanus »

A flood gate to stop a 21-foot storm surge could be built on Hamilton Avenue, a $1 million study says.

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