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Yorkville »

Noise and light from the Citizen360 construction site is causing neighbors grief.

Upper West Side »

House hunters are wary to commit with the future of the school zones uncertain, brokers say. 

Midtown »

The unprecedented boom in skyscraper construction will submerge Manhattan's streets in shadow.

Upper East Side »

The expansion would make room for a new gym, greenhouse and classroom space, school official say.

Boerum Hill »

The average studio price in Boerum Hill fell to $2,311 as compared to $2,369 in September. 

Yorkville »

Apartment prices near the Second Avenue subway are 34 percent higher than others nearby, a report shows.

Kips Bay »

Three apartments that come with doorman and concierge service are holding open houses this weekend. 

Yorkville »

Lightstone Group purchased the building this year for $32.5 million.

Central Harlem »

Three two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartments priced under $1 million holding open houses this weekend. 

Midtown »

Readers are lining up to borrow Trump's first memoir from the city's library systems.

Williamsburg »

You can rent this converted dumpster for $1,200 a month, the ad says.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The diner is selling off everything from booths to kitchenware in an auction Tuesday.

Upper East Side »

The building planned for E. 97th St. will incorporate gardens and possibly solar panels, officials said.

Yorkville »

The building that has hosted the garage for decades was reportedly sold for $11.6 million.

Upper East Side »

The Marymount School is planning to replace its tennis court with a fourth facility.