The Manhattan Times, that free newspaper you can get in boxes around Washington Heights and Inwood, featured some neighborhood development projects in a recent edition, including some that I've mentioned in this space and on Curbed. Here's some that caught my eye. (They included ones that appear to be stalled as well.)
-Overlook Terrace and West 184th Street: Formerly a rocky hard-to-develop hillside. Construction started on One Bennett Park (f/k/a Fort Tryon Tower): 25 stories, 114 units, fall 2009 move in. Next to the northeast entrance of the 181st Street A station.
-St. Nicholas Ave. and Audubon Ave. and West 165th Street: New home for Alianza Dominicana community services. Opening 2009.
-203 Cabrini Boulevard: Stop-work order in March for lack of a permit on a site planned to hold a three-family home.
-210 Bennett Avenue near West 190th Street: Permits have expired at site where property owner had planned 40 units of housing in December.
-Dyckman Street Substation near Henry Hudson Parkway: Plans by the Northern Manhattan Coalition for Economic Development for a cultural arts center in an Art Deco building that's been abandoned for more than 20 years.
-Broadway and West 192nd Street: Luxury condo with 63 units, first-floor retail and second-floor community space. Late '09.