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Fort George »

Site of Notorious Uptown Murder to Be Demolished for New Development

Three houses on West 187th Street, including one that was the site of a 1958 murder, will be torn down.

Rego Park »

MAP: 'Manhattan-Style' Developments That Turned Rego Park into a Hot Spot

The Queens neighborhood has experienced an influx of upscale apartments.

St. George »

Last of Staten Island High Rises Stalled by Recession Set to Open This Fall

The Accolade on the St. George waterfront has already sold nearly half of its apartments.

Chelsea »

Air Rights Sale Helps Rebuild Crumbling French Church

The French Evangelical Church sold air rights to a neighboring condo development to fund repairs.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

New Yorker Founder's House Hits Market for $14M

Harold Ross' former home on West 47th Street and a next-door building were listed for $14 million.

Chelsea »

Church Sells Air Rights to Condo Development, Gets 3 Apartments in Return

The French Evangelical Church in Chelsea will get three apartments in a neighboring condo development.

Midtown »

40-Story Condo Development Headed to Fifth Avenue, Report Says

Developers KRE hope to build a 40-story building at 281 Fifth Ave.

TriBeCa »

Time's Up for Clocktower Gallery in TriBeCa After Four Decades

The Leonard Street gallery is closing Saturday, before the building is turned into condos and a hotel.

Union Square »

Residents Fume Over City's Frequent Approval of After-Hours Work Permits

The DOB allowed after-hours construction work at 35 W. 15th St. for nearly 200 days out of the year.

Williamsburg »

New Williamsburg Condo Prices Plummeted This Spring, Report Says

Median prices dropped by a third due to an increase in development in North Williamsburg, a report shows.

Midtown East »

Luxury Midtown East Condo Tower Near United Nations Tops Off

A sneak peek at 50 United Nations Plaza revealed views of the East River and Long Island City.

Upper West Side »

The Best Views on the Upper West Side

Upper West Side homebuyers can enjoy magnificent views of Central and Riverside parks.

Upper East Side »

Afterlife Quest to Prove Art Dealer's Painting is a Caravaggio Irks Kin

A gallerist has spent $500,000 to prove a painting once owned by his dead friend is by the artist.

Williamsburg »

Williamsburg Construction Boom Ruining Babies' Naps and Walks, Moms Say

New construction at Williamsburg's burgeoning waterfront has caused a headache for stay-at-home parents.

East Harlem »

5th Ave. Condo Starts Selling After Changing Name to 'One Museum Mile'

The 1280 Fifth Ave. building has sold more than 50 percent of its units after initial struggles.

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