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East Village »

Tenant Raising Money for Air Quality Testing in Buildings Affected by Blast

Lindsey Bornstein wants an independent firm to conduct air and dust toxicity tests in the two buildings.

Williamsburg »

55-Unit Williamsburg Affordable Building Rents May Start at $640 a Month

Units will be for residents earning 48 percent and 58 percent of the area media income (AMI).

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Elevators Chronically Broken at 21-Story Home for Disabled, Residents Say

Residents are forced to climb dozens of flights of stairs during the breakdowns.

Upper East Side »

25 Affordable Apartments to Rise on Upper East Side

A developer plans to build two affordable housing buildings on Second Avenue near East 92nd Street.

Midtown East »

87 Affordable Apartments Coming to 41-Story Tower in Midtown East

The developer of 214 E. 44th St. wants to make 87 of the 429 apartments affordable, the city said.

Central Harlem »

More Than 1,500 People Sign Petitions to Save Harlem's Community Gardens

The petition asks Mayor Bill de Blasio not to tear down the gardens to build affordable housing.

Mariners Harbor »

BFC Partners in $75M Deal for Staten Island's Arlington Terrace Apartments

The developers will rehabilitate the Mariners Harbor complex.

Lower East Side »

City Reverses Decision to Make Terminally Ill Man Move to Smaller Apartment

Housing officials reversed a decision to require a terminally ill man to "downsize" Monday.

Washington Heights »

MAP: Highest Percentage of Manhattan's 'Worst' Landlords Are Uptown

Washington Heights and Inwood are home to 69 of the worst 206 buildings on the Public Advocate's list.

Inwood »

$720-Per-Month Apartments Now Available at Renovated Inwood Building

One-bedrooms at 552 Academy St., which underwent a $22 million renovation, will start at $720 a month.

Melrose »

Councilwomen Backed City Project Bids from Developers Who Hired Relatives

Councilwoman Maria del Carmen Arroyo backed a proposal by a nonprofit who hired her disgraced nephew.

Fort Greene »

Letitia James Backed Hotel Project After Builder Donated to Her Campaign

James got $4,000 from developers, then wrote them a letter of support to the city.

Chelsea »

Up to 50,000 People Applied for Cheap Chelsea Apartments, Officials Say

The Penn South co-op will select 1,200 lottery winners who will be able to buy affordable units.

East Williamsburg »

8-Story Affordable Housing Building Planned for Grand Street

The East Williamsburg building includes Section 8 housing for very low-income residents. 

Murray Hill »

Affordable Apartments With Swimming Pool to Rise in Murray Hill

A Hertz garage on 40th Street will be demolished to make way for a 36-story residential building.