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    The Brooklyn Skyline Is About to Change Forever with 9 DeKalbEverything we know about the borough’s first supertall.
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    Developers Will Finally Have to Assess Who Gets Displaced by RezoningsNew legislation will require racial-equity reports for many major developments.
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    The Bronx Could Get a Salsa Museum in the Kingsbridge ArmoryThe borough, where the genre was born, would be a perfect home.
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    The UES Battle Over a Blood Lab Is Not About BloodPreservationists and elected officials fear pathogens could escape into the neighborhood.
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    What’s a Crown Heights Supermarket Worth?It’s a lifeline to local residents. It’s also a valuable development site. You can guess where this story is headed.
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    A Brooklyn Building Is Screeching. We Asked an Acoustician Why.Wind is creating an effect like “when you blow over the top of an empty soda bottle.”
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    Hudson Yards Has Landscaped Out the Food Vendors“I’m not selling drugs. I’m a hot-dog guy.”
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    Lawsuit Against Zoom Meetings Could Derail the Gowanus Rezoning (and Much More)The challenge, if successful, could create a legal opening to stall developments.
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    Build a Tower, Save a Museum?That’s the gamble in the Seaport historic district.
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    Queens Megaproject Passes With Barely Any Affordable HousingOut of 1,725 apartments, just 90 will be below-market-rate.
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    Will You Someday Want to Live on Rikers Island?Once new jails rise elsewhere, the island could become a built-from-scratch neighborhood.
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    Flowers Win Over Towers (for Now) in Shade LawsuitA judge has paused plans for two 39-story buildings that would starve the Brooklyn Botanic Garden of sunlight.
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    Will Queens Activists Flush Yet Another Luxury Development?There’s a new fight over a swath of undeveloped waterfront land in Flushing.
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    Where Could the City Squeeze New Housing Into Soho?The exclusive neighborhood could see thousands of new apartments — some of them “affordable” — if the city gets its way.