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Affordable Housing Developers Want to Ditch Mandatory Parking Spots

Affordable housing developers support a zoning plan to eliminate parking mandates for their projects.

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Tiny apartment? Crushing prices? Unforgiving city? Whether you are looking to buy, sell, rent or just improve your quality-of-life, Apartmentality has everything you need to know.

Concourse »

Senior homeowners are prime targets for scammers. The city and nonprofits hope to help.

Upper East Side »

Buyers will be more price conscious, brokers say.

Astoria »

They're hoping to capitalize on the short-term New Yorkers who want quality furniture.

Upper West Side »

Professional organizers share tips to help you get your home organized after summer vacation.

South Street Seaport »

Industrial-era details are in demand, and not so easy to find, brokers say.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Get a glimpse of City Tech's eco-model home before it ships off to an international solar house contest.

Hudson Heights »

Kitchens start at $30,000 and bathrooms start at $20,000, according to experts.

East Village »

For some New Yorkers, finding a new place to live means heading back to your old apartment building.

Williamsburg »

Rents for new developments rise in Greenpoint and Williamsburg, but not for older units, brokers say.

Upper East Side »

More city residents move to the 'burbs than vice versa and luxury firms are helping fuel the pipeline.

Greenwich Village »

The Healthy Material Labs, led by Parsons, is focusing on safer, more affordable building products.

Upper West Side »

Rent-controlled tenants face as much as 7.5 percent annual rent increases, despite a touted rent freeze.

Williamsburg »

Albany re-opened Loft Law applications, creating a path for illegal lofts to become rent stabilized.

Park Slope »

Staging apartments has become critical for selling homes fast and for higher prices, brokers say.