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Some builders upset as voters add red tape to projects

Much of the excitement around New York’s election Tuesday centered on the approval of ranked choice voting, but passage...

GFI bringing 330K sf mixed-use project to Fort Greene

GFI bringing 330K sf mixed-use project to Fort Greene

UPDATED: 9:10 a.m., Dec. 11: GFI Development filed plans today for a 327,317-square-foot, mixed-used development in Fort Greene, a...

NYT critic gets heat for touting more public review for towers

NYT critic gets heat for touting more public review for towers

If city agencies and community groups were granted more authority on air rights transfers for all new skyscrapers, it...

Michael Kimmelman and One57

Air rights transfers should undergo public review: OPINION

City agencies and community groups should have a greater say in air rights transfers, and the city should place...

From left: Thomas and Fred Elghanayan and a rendering of 606 West 57th Street

TF Cornerstone to build NYC’s largest apartment building

A West 57th Street project by developer TF Cornerstone will be New York City’s largest apartment building when completed,...

Staten Island mall, wheel approved in union-friendly deal

Staten Island mall, wheel approved in union-friendly deal

Developer BFC Partners has ironed out a deal that guarantees final city approval of an outlet mall and enormous...

Tudor City residents object to planned U.N. office tower

Tudor City residents object to planned U.N. office tower

The United Nations Development Corporation faced a barrage of angry Tudor City residents at a public meeting Tuesday over...

Community to sound off on Jamestown’s Chelsea Market addition

Community to sound off on Jamestown’s Chelsea Market addition

In its bid to gain community favor for its 300,000-square-foot addition to the Chelsea Market, Jamestown Properties plans to...

62% hike in filing fees for large projects

62% hike in filing fees for large projects

The city’s Department of City Planning is proposing charging a steep increase in filing fees that would add nearly $200,000 to an application for some of the largest projects filed in the five boroughs,...

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