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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.

Upper East Side »

Want to Own? Top Tips on How to Get a Mortgage in NYC

Lenders are scrutinizing both buyers and buildings, experts said.

New York City »

New York Home Sales Hit Highest Level Since Financial Crisis, Experts Say

Residential real estate transactions totaled $30.3 billion in 2012, according to experts.

Bed-Stuy »

Church-Goer Sues After Getting Excommunicated During Service

A Brooklyn accountant is suing his church for booting him during a Sunday service.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Stuyvesant Town Now Reportedly Worth Half of 2006 Value, Appraisal Says

An appraisal showed Stuyvesant Town is worth $2.8 billion, slightly more than half what it was purchased for in 2006.

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."

East Village & Lower East Side »

Stuyvesant Town's Former Property Manager Will Resume Role

Rose Associates was appointed Stuyvesant Town's property manager after spending nearly four years in the job.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Stuyvesant Town Sale May Be Postponed Yet Again

Stuyvesant Town's senior investor has already postponed the complex's foreclosure auction twice this month.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Chelsea Art Museum Will Reopen, But With Significant Cuts

After nearly two months behind locked doors, the lights are coming back on at the Chelsea Art Museum Thursday.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Stuyvesant Town Residents Watch and Wait as Lawyers Wrangle Over Foreclosure

The complex's junior investor is trying to block the majority stakeholder from moving forward with its own foreclosure.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Plan to Turn Stuvesant Town into a Co-op Inches Forward

An investor battling for control of the property offered tenants a plan they would have the power to shoot down.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Stuyvesant Town's Main Stakeholder Sets Auction Date to Sell Massive Complex

The move follows a judge's ruling last week that no party can sell the property until the court makes a decision.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Stuyvesant Town Lawsuit Halts Planned Foreclosure Auction

A suit filed by the asset management company in control of Stuyvesant Town postponed the Aug. 25 auction.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Lawsuit Seeks to Block New Partnership From Foreclosing on Stuyvesant Town

The asset management that currently controls Stuyvesant Town is trying to fend off a bid by an outside party.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Chelsea Art Museum May Lose Its Charter After Using Permanent Collection as Loan Collateral

A museum's use of its permanent collection as collateral against a mortgage loan puts its charter at risk.

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