A court order won't save the graffiti haven.
To a 150,000-square-foot Crown Heights fixer-upper.
The canal has been stigmatized, perhaps, since getting a "Superfund" label.
Proposal outlines a 40 percent increase in physical campus.
Supreme Court building evacuated after arrival of package.
Brooklyn residents will be evicted over the next few months.
For $95.6 million, the city can finally start building the amusement park of their dreams.
...if it's true that he's trying to shorten the community-review process for new development!
Look at these pretty (and delicious) renderings of potential Hudson Yards development!
The speech served as a Bat signal to stir powerful New Yorkers who can put the governor's urgent message into play.
The Department of Buildings has filed charges against him.
The advance money that the investment bank set aside to pay for its lease on land in the financial district for a new tower might go right back into its pockets.
After a string of deadly accidents on constructions sites and accusations that she's too easy on developers, Mayor Bloomberg accepts Lancaster's resignation.
Behold a timeline of high-rise accidents over the past few years in New York and what the Department of Buildings has done each time in response to make us all (slightly) safer.