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NYC lawmakers push for audits of landlords who pocket $1.4B tax break

NYC lawmakers push for audits of landlords who pocket $1.4B tax break

New York City’s biggest housing subsidy may finally get more scrutiny just as state lawmakers are about to consider...

NYC lawmakers push for audits of landlords who pocket $1.4B tax break
Brooklyn pols want their gondola before L train shutdown

Brooklyn pols want their gondola before L train shutdown

North Brooklyn wants its gondola over the East River before the L train shuts down, thank you very much. Local politicians...

Brooklyn pols want their gondola before L train shutdown
Pols urge reviews of Long Island College Hospital sale

Pols urge reviews of Long Island College Hospital sale

Elected officials on Wednesday asked State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli and the attorney general to open separate reviews into aspects of...

Pols urge reviews of Long Island College Hospital sale
Hurdles falling as Domino Sugar project gets OK for towers

Hurdles falling as Domino Sugar project gets OK for towers

City Council has reached an agreement with developer Two Trees Management to allow for buildings as tall as 55...

Hurdles falling as Domino Sugar project gets OK for towers
De Blasio called on to suspend Pier 6 towers

De Blasio called on to suspend Pier 6 towers

A league of lawmakers is pushing for Mayor Bill de Blasio to hit the brakes on two luxury residential...

De Blasio called on to suspend Pier 6 towers
Rendering of 77 Commercial Street

City Council greenlights 77 Commercial Street project

City Council member Steve Levin ultimately came down on the side of Joseph Chetrit and David Bistricer’s high-rise development...

City Council greenlights 77 Commercial Street project
From left: Councilman Stephen Levin and a rendering of 77 Commercial Street

Sprawling Greenpoint project’s future hinges on one politician

The fate of a proposal to construct two high-rise towers at 77 Commercial Street in Greenpoint now sits largely...

Sprawling Greenpoint project’s future hinges on one politician
Williamsburg development site on sale for $210M

Williamsburg development site on sale for $210M

UPDATED, 11:32 a.m., June 25: Developer Isack Rosenberg and his brother Abraham have put a once-controversial Williamsburg waterfront site...

Williamsburg development site on sale for $210M
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City’s failed housing and park promises anger north Brooklyn residents

In exchange for their blessing to revise Williamsburg and Greenpoint zoning laws to encourage new luxury apartment developments in...

City’s failed housing and park promises anger north Brooklyn residents
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Committee approves Atlantic Avenue BID

The City Council’s Finance Committee has unanimously approved the creation of an Atlantic Avenue Business Improvement District, pushing the neighborhood between the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway and Fourth Avenue one step closer towards the funding it...

Committee approves Atlantic Avenue BID
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