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Gramercy »

Players Club Could Lose Historic Gramercy Park Home, Records Show

The Players club is facing foreclosure after not paying hundreds of thousands of dollars in city taxes.

Upper East Side »

Kids of Murdered Financier Ted Ammon to Get $143K From Dad's Killer

The surplus cash from the sale of convicted killer Daniel Pelosi's home will go to Ammon's estate.

Far Rockaway »

Wave of Foreclosures Expected in Sandy-Affected Areas, Advocates Warn

Housing advocates and attorneys are bracing for a wave of foreclosures to hit Sandy-affected areas.

Unionport »

State Fights Bank Delays That Cause Huge Fees for Homeowners in Foreclosure

A new lawsuit by the state attorney general and bill passed by the legislature would block costly delays.

Gowanus »

Landmarked Brooklyn Lyceum Faces Auction Block

A former city bathhouse turned arts venue could be sold to the highest bidder.

Washington Heights »

Pols Join Forces To Protect Rents at Foreclosed Manhattan Apartments

Leaders said the bundled sale price is so inflated it threatens the 10 buildings' future affordability.

Pelham Parkway »

Residents Fight to Save 'Rusty,' a Horse Living in a Condemned Bronx Stable

Sen. Jeff Klein and animal activists rallied Thursday to save a horse from a stable on Pelham Parkway.

Washington Heights »

Washington Heights Tenants Ask for City Oversight During Foreclosure

Washington Heights tenants fear the foreclosure of their buidling could lead to poor living conditions.

Central Harlem »

National Black Theater to Remain Open

Supporters of the National Black Theater said they have saved it from closing.

Manhattan »

Eric Schneiderman to Lead Obama's New Mortgage Abuse Unit

President Obama announced the new mortgage fraud unit during his State of the Union address.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Inwood Building on Auction Block After Landlord Defaults on Loan

An Inwood building is on the auction block after its owner defaulted on a $2 million loan to cover its maintenance.

Harlem »

Harlem's National Black Theater Scammed by Investors, Report Says

The longstanding theater is in foreclosure after two investors allegedly used funds for other business ventures.

Manhattan »

Sales and Prices Up for Manhattan Homes, Study Finds

Third quarter home values increased by 10 percent while sales increased by 25 compared to the same period last year.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Rival Stuyvesant Town Investors End Legal Battle, Clearing Way for Tenants to Buy Apartments

Stuyvesant Town's senior lender CW Capital ended its legal wrangling with a rival investor, giving it "complete control."