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Upper East Side »

The new facility is planned to have office space, classrooms and housing.

Bed-Stuy »

Even less desirable neighborhoods in New York would be the most expensive places to live elsewhere.

Lincoln Square »

To afford 2015's median rent in NYC, you need to earn more than four times the state's minimum wage.

TriBeCa »

When Swift bought Peter Jackson's Tribeca penthouse, she kicked Ian McKellen out, the actor says.

Midtown »

Josh Duggar; the female libido pill; Queen Bey's silence; NYC's real estate future.

Yorkville »

Gristedes will close if the sale goes through, according to the grocery chain's CEO John Catsimatidis.

Yorkville »

The Rose Modern will feature a communal exhibition kitchen, a business center and a fitness studio.

Bed-Stuy »

While the number of transactions did not increase, the value of sales saw a significant uptick.

Lower East Side »

Is the East Village a real neighborhood or a real estate invention?

Greenwich Village »

Remembering Robin Williams; meet Google's new parent company; live in an Upper West Side castle.

Midtown »

The solution to swaying skyscrapers is the installation of giant counterweights at the top.

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.