As Brooklyn sprouts new growth across every neighborhood, it can be hard to keep track of all of the changes. Supertall buildings are growing in Downtown Brooklyn and a seeming endless stream of new apartments are sprouting along the East River.

This map is an effort for Kings County residents to learn more about the direction of their borough.

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Two-Building, 13-Unit Residential Project Planned at 342 Chauncey Street, Ocean HillOne of the buildings will contain seven units and measure 6,350 square feet, while the second will contain six units and measure 6,140 square feet. (New York YIMBY)
Reveal For 3301 Atlantic Avenue, Another Massive Mixed-Use Development Coming to East New YorkThe building will rise 14 floors, with 415,476 square feet in total. 20,977 square feet will be set aside for ground-floor retail space, while the remainder will be split between 403 apartments. (NY YIMBY)

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Greenpoint's First Condo Skyscraper Opens Sales With $1M One-BedroomsSales opened Thursday at the neighborhood's first condo skyscraper — a 40-story waterfront tower featuring luxe amenities like a BBQ beach, hammock grove, speakeasy and basketball court — with one-bedroom apartments going for nearly $1 million. (DNAinfo)
Sunset Park castle-to-school conversion will retain the building’s Romanesque charmThey’re ditching the neighboring horse stables, though.(Curbed)
Long-Awaited Public Plaza Opens at Flatbush and Lafayette in Fort GreeneLocated at the corner of Flatbush and Lafayette avenues, the elevated, wedged-shaped plaza gives the public access to open space at the center of the busy cultural district. (Brownstoner)
Construction Complete on Eight-Story, 50-Unit Mixed-Use Building at 1007 Atlantic Ave.The project features 50 rental apartments. Of those, 10 units, or 20 percent, will rent at below-market rates through the housing lottery. (NY YIMBY)


A buyer with a Beverly Hills accountant is new owner of 580 Washington Ave. in Clinton HillAn old online posting says 580 Washington Ave. is 23 feet wide and has seven mantelpieces and original wood floors plus updates such as central air-conditioning. (Brooklyn Daily Eagle)
Brooklyn Heights Library demolished ahead of its condo-filled futureThis site will eventually sprout a 36-story condo building with a three-story library at the base. (Curbed)
Williamsburg Affordable Housing Debate Reveals Neighborhood's Ethnic DivideDeep-seated racial and ethnic tensions among Jewish and Latino communities who straddle two sides of the Broadway Triangle area resurfaced this week over a massive 1,146-unit apartment complex slated for South Williamsburg. (DNAinfo)
Red Hook's 160 Imlay Street is slowly shedding its warehouse pastThe former New York Dry Dock Co. is on its way to becoming pricey apartments. (Curbed)
Checking in on Big New Apartment Building Coming to 276 NostrandNow topped out, 276 Nostrand’s steel-frame rises 6 stories and will be enclosed in a textured façade with golden accents designed by Input Creative Studio. (Cityrealty)
Bridgewater buying 1.5-acre Greenpoint site for $61MBridgewater Capital Partners entered contract to buy a 1.5-acre waterfront Greenpoint site for about $60.5 million. (The Real Deal)
Reveal for 127-129 Troutman StreetRegarding the design, YIMBY spoke with the architect, who said the building was “inspired by a luck of the drawer dresser,” and that the “facade is surrounded by a wooden frame, and a rigid geometry is broken to reveal recessed balconies.” (NY YIMBY)
Two-Story, 7,500-Square-Foot Medical Office Building Coming to East New YorkThe nonprofit Community Healthcare Network has filed applications for a two-story, 7,476-square-foot medical office building at 999 Blake Avenue, located at the corner of Linwood Street in East New York. (NY YIMBY)
ODA Design for Rabsky’s Rheingold Build Shapes Up on Montieth StreetODA’s and Rabsky’s development on the former site of the Rheingold Brewery at 10 Montieth Street in Bushwick is beginning to assume its final form. (Brownstoner)
Kent Street Rentals With Bold Design Add to Greenpoint Building BoomA mixed-use apartment building with a striking look is rising on the site of a block-long lot at 44 Kent Street in Greenpoint, across from Transmitter Park, adding to that neighborhood’s post-2005 rezoning building boom. (Brownstoner)
Brooklyn’s first supertall tower is under construction, kind ofWork has begun on the foundation of 9 Dekalb, poised to rise 1,066 feet along Brooklyn’s Flatbush Avenue. (Curbed)
Controversial Plans for Outsize Vinegar Hill Development Dropped After Local OutcryIn a rare case of community will prevailing over developer plans in Brooklyn, developer Paul Tocci of the Constellation Group has withdrawn a controversial proposal to build a nine-story, 72-unit rental building at 251 Front Street (Brownstoner)
Boutique Condos Rise at Site of Former Polish Bakery in Greenpoint Overlooking McCarren ParkThe site of a former Polish bakery at 585 Manhattan Avenue has given way to construction on a mixed-use condo development designed by two noteworthy architects, and significant progress has been made on the building’s two six-story towers. (Brownstoner)
Two-Towered Development Coming to 202-208 Tillary Street, in Downtown BrooklynThe towers will consume an old storage facility, which is currently whitewashed and nondescript. (NY YIMBY)

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