Located at 9 Dekalb Avenue, the building has reached approximately 65 of its eventual 73 stories, making it already the tallest building in Brooklyn.
The first phase of Boerum Hill’s 80 Flatbush development is set to begin construction this summer, with a new school and the city’s “first all-electric residential tower” expected to be complete by 2024.
The Bedford-Church African Burial Ground Coalition in Brooklyn on Saturday, June 19 hosted a Juneteenth celebration at 2286 Church Avenue, a site where bones of enslaved Africans have been repeatedly found.
The long-planned medical facility on that’s part of the larger, controversial River Park development in Cobble Hill has started to rise on Atlantic Avenue.
Community Board 9 in Crown Heights voted overwhelmingly on Wednesday to disapprove a controversial development near the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, citing the potential harm the building would cause to the garden’s plant life.
Park Slopers looking for groceries will soon have one fewer option, as the Key Food on 5th Avenue will shutter in July ahead of a long-planned redevelopment of the site, a store manager confirmed.
Developer Avery Hall wants to buy the city-owned air rights for sale at a 4th Avenue transit substation as part of the Gowanus rezoning, which would allow the builder to add dozens of apartments to a planned mixed-use tower next door.
After receiving more than 300 letters against the development, LPC commissioners Tuesday unanimously approved a new building that will replace open space around the landmarked Hebron School.
City officials added the sale of more than a football field’s worth of publicly owned air rights to the Gowanus rezoning application, documents reveal.
The joint statement came after a behind-the-scenes rift between the two agencies due to concerns over the polluted site where a 100 percent affordable housing complex is planned.