Sections

The Downtown plan

August, 2016

A tale of two City Points! Union: ‘Affordable’ tower workers paid less than market-rate building employees

Downtown plan: You’ve heard of poor doors — now meet the poor doormen. Comments (1)

July, 2016

Downtown Partnership: Trade taller buildings for artists’ studios

Changing Brooklyn: It’s the new Downtown Brooklyn Plan! Comment

June, 2016

What’s in it for us? Downtowners reject high-rise because it doesn’t have school or subway entrance

Changing Brooklyn: Community Board 2 doesn’t want to dog runs and rooftop pools in luxury buildings — it wants desks and staircases. Comments (13)

This week’s featured advertisers

See all ads

May, 2016

Developer reopens DeKalb subway entrance — in its shopping center

Downtown plan: Step right up, step right up, right this way! Comments (7)

The air up there: Luxury Downtown high-rise sports rooftop basketball court

Downtown plan: City Tower brings its A-game to the Downtown apartment building luxury amenity wars. Comments (1)

April, 2016

Schoolhouse rocked! City may raze Board of Ed building for new development

Changing Brooklyn: On the upside: Downtown could get a new school. Comments (17)

March, 2016

Stop and stair! Luxury development builds its own subway entrance

Downtown plan: They really know how to make an entrance! Comments (12)

February, 2016

Developers want to crack open Dime Savings Bank to make way for borough’s tallest building

Changing Brooklyn: They want to break the bank! Comments (11)

Java developer! Coffee joint in D’town apartment building named for real-estate giant

Breaking Chews: It is Downtown’s first artisanal coffeehouse — and possibly the world’s first high-end java joint named after a luxury housing developer. Comments (6)

January, 2016

EXCLUSIVE: Final City Point tower will be bright white — could come with custom squeegee

Downtown plan: Finally — a cleaning product designed specifically for ivory towers! Comments (4)

Supertall Downtown skyscraper details revealed!

Downtown plan: Call it a tall order. Comments (16)

December, 2015

Final City Point building will rise 57 stories

Changing Brooklyn: Plus: How many people applied for City Point’s 200 below-market housing units? So many. Comments (13)