Brooklyn's average prices jumped 18 percent since last year; Queens prices were up nearly 13 percent.
Affordable housing developers support a zoning plan to eliminate parking mandates for their projects.
An online retailer is selling an $89.95 Pizza Rat costume that offers very little fabric for the price.
To battle fall rain, try on one of these waterproof jackets.
Nearly 1.5 million New Yorkers lived in 272,533 crowded dwellings in 2013.
DNAinfo New York readers say South Slope and Greenwood Heights do exist, despite claims to the contrary.
Li-Lac's first store opened on Christopher Street in 1923.
At Brooklyn Prospect Charter, kids opt into an Embedded Honors program but remain in the same class.
City schools are 70 percent black and Hispanic, but their G&T programs are 70 percent white and Asian.
If all of the new buildings are completed, they'll bring 895 units of housing to the neighborhood.
An animated, 3D map of New York captures the essence of the city that never sleeps.
Police are looking for suspects wanted in connection with burglaries at Bar Toto and other businesses.
Piles of human waste have appeared 15 times in the last several months on 17th Street near Sixth Avenue.
Brooklyn hit a new record and Manhattan rents rose for the 18th month in a row.
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