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AvalonBay’s 1,100-unit East Harlem tower will be 30% affordable housing

AvalonBay’s 1,100-unit East Harlem tower will be 30% affordable housing

AvalonBay revealed detailed plans for its block-wide, 1,100-unit rental tower in East Harlem to residents last night.

AvalonBay’s 1,100-unit East Harlem tower will be 30% affordable housing
AvalonBay, city partner on 1,100-unit mixed-use project on UES

AvalonBay, city partner on 1,100-unit mixed-use project on UES

AvalonBay Communities is partnering with the city’s Department of Education to develop an Upper East Side project that will...

AvalonBay, city partner on 1,100-unit mixed-use project on UES
Three-year renovation will interrupt Upper West Side schools

Three-year renovation will interrupt Upper West Side schools

The $10 million overhaul of an Upper West Side school will unsettle programs this summer, which will have to...

Three-year renovation will interrupt Upper West Side schools
LES fights plan to cram another high school into building

LES fights plan to cram another high school into building

Cramming another 300 students into the University Neighborhood High School on the Lower East Side isn’t flying with the parents...

LES fights plan to cram another high school into building
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State Senator says DOE should give up its office for school space

State Senator Squadron and Tweed Courthouse at 52 Chambers Street One State Senator has an idea as to how...

State Senator says DOE should give up its office for school space
DOE downsizes Union Square school to speed up approval

DOE downsizes Union Square school to speed up approval

The Department of Education’s decision to eliminate about 150 seats in a forthcoming Union Square school was made to...

DOE downsizes Union Square school to speed up approval
Teacher’s union leases space in 52 Broadway HQ for alternative school 

Teacher’s union leases space in 52 Broadway HQ for alternative school 

The United Federation of Teachers is leasing space in its Lower Manhattan headquarters at 52 Broadway to serve as...

Teacher’s union leases space in 52 Broadway HQ for alternative school 
Mayor approves $708M plan to remove PCBs

Mayor approves $708M plan to remove PCBs

Mayor Michael Bloomberg has approved a $708 million plan to replace potentially harmful fluorescent light fixtures in all city public schools. The aging lighting fixtures at 772 public school buildings will be replaced, due...

Mayor approves $708M plan to remove PCBs
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Developer and DOE battle over Brooklyn site

City officials proposing to Build A School On Caton Avenue Near East 7th Street in Kensington were taken by surprise at a public hearing yesterday when the owner of half the site said that...

Developer and DOE battle over Brooklyn site
DOE employee to pay city for conducting real estate business during work hours

DOE employee to pay city for conducting real estate business during work hours

Celeste Lumpkins-Moses, a Department of Education secretary employed at the Paul Robeson High School in Bedford-Stuyvesant, has agreed to...

DOE employee to pay city for conducting real estate business during work hours
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