Food and drink vendors will cease operations in Royal Avenue Gardens at the end of this month. Dartmouth City Council voted against allowing a limited number of outlets to continue operating in the gardens. Vendors settled in during the temporary Covid measures when it was necessary to socially distance andRead More →

California Avenue will remain closed to cars at least for the foreseeable future and is likely heading for another major transformation. In a marathon meeting that reflected community division over the future of the city’s second downtown, City Council clashed Monday night over what to do about the long-term futureRead More →

Click to enlarge Photo via Google Maps The proposed project site “City Center at Hanna Ave” at 2515 E Hanna Ave in Seminole Heights East. After months of scrutiny surrounding Tampa’s $108 million “City Center at Hanna Avenue” project, the city council will hear options this Thursday to overturn itsRead More →

It seemed to be over when the plan was announced two years ago. Washington Avenue, the wide and often chaotic thoroughfare with white-knuckle traffic running through South Philadelphia, would be reduced from five vehicle-only lanes to three, with two parking-protected bike lanes, city transportation officials said. city ​​in 2020, afterRead More →

The Montclair Planning Board is recommending zoning changes that would limit building heights for many properties on Bloomfield Avenue to four stories – instead of the currently permitted six. (FILE PHOTO) By JAIMIE JULIA [email protected] Earlier this year, the Montclair Township Planning Board was tasked with deciding on a developmentRead More →

Riverhead officials have chosen a prime developer for the transit-oriented development whose plan aims to transform the long-devastated station area into a pedestrian center with shops and apartments. The plan proposes a five-story building, comprising 243 apartments above with parking, amenities and retail space on the ground floor. The building,Read More →

New walking opportunities may be coming to a neighborhood in southeast Defiance. Indeed, the city council approved an ordinance authorizing a grant application for the completion of the construction of a multi-use path and a sidewalk, one of four pieces of legislation considered on Tuesday. The Board also received aRead More →

Previous rendering of 840 Atlantic Avenue – IMC Architecture; Vanderbilt Atlantic Holdings, LLC From: Vanessa Londono 07:00 January 14, 2022 Permits have been filed for a two-tower, 17-story mixed-use building at 840 Atlantic Avenue in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. Located between Atlantic Avenue and Pacific Street on Vanderbilt Avenue, the landRead More →

Parker recently announced plans to build a new Chick-fil-A, Starbucks and Parker’s Kitchen on a 3.4 acre commercial site located at the corner of DeRenne Avenue and White Bluff Road. The Parker Company, which is the parent company of the Parker’s and Parker’s Kitchen brands, is the developer of theRead More →

. In June 2020, Menlo Park City Council allowed new alfresco dining on certain lanes of Santa Cruz Avenue, on appropriate sidewalks and in a dozen street parking spaces. The main objective was to support local restaurants which still struggle today with the negative impacts and uncertainties of COVID-19. TheRead More →

On the Web To view the proposed redevelopment of Dickson Street and West Avenue, visit: nwaonline.com/12dicksonstreet/ FAYETTEVILLE – A redesign of the intersection of Dickson Street and West Avenue will make the downtown centerpiece more pedestrian-friendly and encourage drivers to look for alternative routes when they find a place toRead More →

Municipal Reading Council approved an ordinance at Monday’s meeting authorizing the demolition and reconstruction of a bridge in the 400 block of Schuylkill Avenue. When complete, the new bridge will allow trains to cross the underpass while carrying freight containers stacked two heights – currently only one container can passRead More →

Demolition is escalating at 343 Madison Avenue, the site of a 1,050-foot commercial supertall in Midtown East and number seven on our year-end countdown. Designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox and developed by Boston Properties, the 55-story structure will rise from a 25,000-square-foot rectangular site between East 44th and 45th StreetRead More →

Filipino residents pleading for a Little Manila street sign on 70th Street and Roosevelt Avenue in Woodside in the summer of 2020 (Photo: ourlittlemanila.nyc) December 14, 2021 By Allie Griffin and Christian Murray A street corner in Woodside will be co-named “Little Manila Avenue” in tribute to the neighborhood’s FilipinoRead More →

A new AutoZone store will replace a dilapidated building that a resident called “inconvenient” on Liberty Avenue in Vermilion. This month, the Vermilion Planning Commission approved a final site plan for Garcia Rentals LLC for the new auto parts store at 4450 Liberty Ave. The building is a former McDonald’sRead More →