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Downtown Brooklyn »

Brooklyn's Newest Skyscraper Opens Lottery for Affordable Housing Units

66 Rockwell Place is now accepting applications for 63 units with monthly rents from $546 to $907.

SoHo »

SoHo Residents Raise Funds to Fight God's Love We Deliver's Expansion Plan

Residents are raising money to fight God's Love We Deliver's plan to expand and sell off its air rights.

West Village »

Charles Street Condo Tower Sales Top $557M as DNAinfo Gets Sneak Peek

The 16-story building will have a stone-lined lap pool and 40,000 square feet of private outdoor space.

Upper East Side »

Historic Fifth Avenue Building Compared to 'Missing Tooth' at UES Meeting

A supporter of 815 Fifth Ave.'s redevelopment called the present townhouse an "orthodonic" problem.

Hudson Square »

Archdiocese Puts Closed Broome Street Church on Market for $13M

The former Our Lady of Vilnius is for sale as space for residential or commercial development.

Jamaica »

Jamaica Community Group Conducts First Survey on Neighborhood's Future

The Greater Jamaica Development Corporation is looking for input about 40 acres of brownfield sites.  

Jamaica »

Jamaica Shakes Off Crime and Becomes 'Williamsburgish'

New housing and commercial projects contribute to the neighborhood’s ongoing revitalization.

Bushwick »

'Abnormal' Leap Hikes Bushwick Rents by Nearly 20 Percent, Report Says

Bushwick's rents rose despite price decreases elsewhere in Brooklyn in February, a new report shows.

SoHo »

SoHo Artists Face Off Against Developer to Protect One-Story Building

Longtime Wooster Street residents say a new eight-story building would change the character of the area.

Bushwick »

Historic Church-Turned DIY Space Houses 'Cult' Film Before Gut Renovation

Filmmakers shot "Rover" at the 626 Bushwick Ave. church during Hurricane Sandy and the Nor'easter.

DUMBO »

Painter Seeks Couple That First Used Famed Mural as Wedding Backdrop

A DUMBO artist searches for the first mystery couple to use his mural as a backdrop to their wedding.

Upper East Side »

UES Park Could Get Overhaul Thanks to Controversial New Medical Center

Groups behind the forthcoming hospital and nursing school complex promised to fix an area park.

Upper East Side »

Giant New Medical Center Is Like 'Morbidly Obese Man' On Plane, Foes Say

Upper East Siders said the planned nursing school and hospital threatens the area's quality-of-life.

Lower East Side »

Owners of Historic LES Building Drop Opposition to Landmarking

The Art Deco Bialystoker home on East Broadway is up for landmark status after closing in 2011.

New York City »

Public Advocate Candidates Face Off at First Debate

The Public Advocate candidates faced off for the first time Wednesday night in Queens.

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