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Upper East Side »

Individuals making roughly $48,000 or a family of three making $62,000 would be eligible, HPD said.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Rent prices in the neighborhood dropped by 3.14 percent in May, according to a real estate report.

Upper West Side »

Real estate broker Doug Kleiman talks with DNAinfo about mom-and-pops, big-box stores and vacancies.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The Market Diner opened in 1962 and temporarily closed in 2006.

Hudson Square »

The car company's new offices at 330 Hudson St. are nearly complete, a spokesman said.

Bed-Stuy »

The neighborhood topped the borough's list with 183 sales in 2015's second quarter, the report found.

Brooklyn Heights »

This Pierrepont Street duplex has three fireplaces and a turret.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The group hopes a private investigator will help answer questions about the property's true owners.

Upper East Side »

The neighborhood makes up about $96 million in property values, according to a researcher.

Upper East Side »

The building will be home to 50 condos, retail space and a New York Sports Club.

Fort Greene »

The Center for Fiction is moving into the BAM North II building, aka EyeBAM, in Fort Greene.

Fort Greene »

More than 100 of those apartments have been empty for an average of eight years.

Midtown »

These three units feature large windows and tons of natural light.

Westerleigh »

Leo Heinert, named the city's top amateur skateboarder, works as a real estate agent.

Upper West Side »

If you're looking to relocate to a better school district, here's how you should do your research.