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Long Island City »

Hunters Point South Affordable Apartments Open With Farm and Beehive

Tenants began moving into the first of the two affordable buildings last week.

East Harlem »

Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito Sets Timeline on East Harlem Rezoning

There will be five public sessions before the speaker's steering committee submits a rezoning plan.

Greenpoint »

Open House Agenda: 3 Apartments to See This Weekend

Here are three income-restricted apartments for less than $500,000.

East New York »

Hundreds Rally in East New York for Community Input in City's Rezoning Plan

Groups are calling for a rezoning process that includes affordable housing and union jobs.

Bed-Stuy »

$573-a-Month Apartments Coming to Bed-Stuy This Summer

The new complex on Herkimer Street will also provide units for individuals with mental health issues.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Lottery Opens for $868-a-Month Studios in City's Largest Residential Tower

Rents for the 235 affordable apartments include two-bedrooms for $1,124 per month.

Murray Hill »

Homebuyers Will Find Ways Around Proposed 'Mansion Tax,' Experts Say

If de Blasio's 1 percent tax on $1.75M homes is approved, expect to see more homes priced at $1.65M.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Parking Lot Near Hudson Should Be Affordable Housing, Board Says

The building should also "avoid looking like a dystopian glass box," the board wrote.

Astoria »

De Blasio Calls for New 'Mansion Tax' and Reform to Developers' Tax Breaks

Mayor de Blasio hopes to spur affordable housing through a mansion tax and reform of 421a tax benefits.

Greenwich Village »

Affordable Housing Groups Throw Support Behind NYU Expansion

The city's top housing advocates say blocking the expansion will hamstring affordable development.

Clinton Hill »

$1,064 Two-Bedroom Apartments and New Key Food Coming to Myrtle Ave.

There are 19 affordable units at 490 Myrtle Ave., near Hall Street in Clinton Hill.

Central Harlem »

Get a Harlem One-Bedroom With Private Balcony and Gym For $675

The city's housing lottery is accepting applications.

Financial District »

MAP: Where You'll Find the Dwindling Affordable Apts in Lower Manhattan

Affordable rentals have decreased Downtown by more 20 percent over the past four years.

Washington Heights »

New 161st Street Development Seeking Tax Break to Add Affordable Units

Sutton Management applied for 421a, a tax exemption for buildings with 20 percent affordable units.