Spike Lee's East 63rd Street townhouse is listed for $32 million.
Artists Max Bode, Don Rimx, Chor Boogie and Natalia Rak are painting a 25-foot-by-100-foot mural.
The drop-in medical center is moving its facility south and opening a larger center Dec. 2.
Bob Dylan used to practice in 124 W. Houston St., which was listed for $22.5 million, the broker said.
The two nabes experienced a 25 percent price increase in new development sales in the last four months.
By the Way Bakery is making its Manhattan debut with award-winning gluten-free baked goods.
The Cambridge Place brownstone is on a block recently dubbed Millionaires' Row.
The Hotel Belleclaire is proposing a renovation to its Broadway storefronts.
The national retailer of home furnishings will open its new location at 252 Atlantic Ave.
The black sheep of the Durst real estate clan has bought properties in Williamsburg and Cobble Hill.
Apartments in historic, tree-lined Jackson Heights are selling within a week of being listed.
Fairway Market will open in more than 45,000 square feet in Hudson Yards' south tower, officials said.
The International Speedway Corporation announced the $80 million sale of the Bloomfield site.
The comedian is asking $7,950 a month to live in his limestone and brick house with garden and garage.
Brian Fuller, who allegedly stole money from clients, was a "high-performing" agent, a spokesman said.
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