The tower will "reduce demand on the local housing market," say university reps.
The Olmsted-designed park’s drainage system dates back to the 1930s.
The apartment has large windows and 11-foot ceilings.
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The supports of the High Line are incorporated into the space.
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Housing advocates and pols are pushing for a racial impact study for city rezonings.
Developers have unveiled renderings of the Snøhetta-designed public garden.
The 50,000-square-foot center will house several Brooklyn cultural institutions.
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A new pilot program will replace some truck deliveries with ones by pedal-assist electric cargo bikes.
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It has pop art prints hanging on the wall, and other colorful details.
The revamp will extend sidewalks and roll out new bike lanes.
The house has eight fireplaces and a ton of old-world details.
The canal-adjacent project is more than a decade in the making.
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The City Planning Commission certified a plan on Monday to remap the island as a "public place"
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After years of planning and mishaps, plans to renovate the New York Philharmonic’s home will finally come to fruition.
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