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East New York »

East New York Rezoning Outreach Proposals Leave Residents Uneasy

Residents expressed dissatisfaction Wednesday with the city's plan to bring new housing to the area.

Gowanus »

Gowanus Affordable Housing Development Still Years Away as Home Prices Soar

Even if all goes as planned, Gowanus Green won't break ground until at least 2018, the developer said.

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.