A proposal for developing the site of the landmarked Empire State Dairy in East New York with more than 330 affordable apartments did not pass muster with the Landmarks Preservation Commission Tuesday morning.
A nonprofit affordable housing developer is proposing major changes to the recently landmarked Empire State Dairy complex in East New York.
Arlington Village, a once nearly vacant two-block complex with a complicated history in East New York, has a new, spruced-up look.
After years of advocacy by local preservationists and a year-long process, the Empire State Dairy was officially declared a New York City landmark this morning.
What can be done to fix New York City's housing crisis? Brooklyn is becoming unaffordable to families making less than $80,000 a year and homelessness is on the rise.
One of the first major changes East New Yorkers are likely to see as a result of the controversial 2016 rezoning of the neighborhood is 1,200 affordable apartments and a supermarket sprouting on the site of a burned-out factory.
The city approved a controversial rezoning of East New York in April and now locals are meeting to have a say in what comes next.
In a landslide win for Mayor de Blasio's much-contested plan to rezone East New York, City Council has voted to approve the proposal and spark transformation in the area.
Protesters upset by the City Council's approval of Mayor de Blasio's zoning proposals are calling for the city's community boards to have more power. Should community boards be elected and their votes binding? Or is the system working just fine as it is?
Mayor de Blasio has won.
He and the City Council have hammered out a compromise on the mayor’s contentious affordable housing plan — the one some Brooklyn residents feared would wreck their neighborhoods with tall buildings and out-of-control rents. Now the City Council is expected to vote yes on it next week, according to the New York Times.
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