Other gay bar have already shown interest in the Eighth Avenue space.
Lorna Simpson, whose work has shown in Guggenheim Museum, is selling her townhouse on Vanderbilt Avenue.
Notorious B.I.G.'s childhood home at 226 St. James Pl. is on sale for $725,000.
John Street and Fulton Street will be the newest homes for 7-Elevens in Manhattan.
The 16-story building will have a stone-lined lap pool and 40,000 square feet of private outdoor space.
Durst, who has long fought off suspicion in his wife's disappearance, wants to subpoena prosecutors.
Something Sweet Bakeshop is looking for investors and a baker to get going again.
Green Village's previous space on Bleecker Street will become Carré d'Artistes, a French gallery chain.
The proposed tripling of waterfront office space could draw workers to Williamsburg.
The decades-old diner may move a few storefronts over so Chase can take its corner spot.
After years of eastward expansion, Prospect Heights is pushed back west by a resurgent Crown Heights.
Thousands of residential housing units are planned for the still-developing neighborhood.
A new report from brokerage firm Modern Spaces says the Astoria market is trending towards luxury.
Residential real estate transactions totaled $30.3 billion in 2012, according to experts.
Experts weigh in on how to make New York apartments quiet sanctuaries from city noise.
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