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Williamsburg »

New Williamsburg Condo Prices Plummeted This Spring, Report Says

Median prices dropped by a third due to an increase in development in North Williamsburg, a report shows.

East Williamsburg »

Trapeze, Circus and Burlesque Hub Closes With Final Bang

The House of Yes is holding its last performance Sunday in its Maujer Street space.


DUMBO Studios See Major Increase in Rental Rates

Studios in DUMBO average nearly $3,000 a month, a new report shows.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Time Warner Eyeing Move to Hudson Yards, Report Says

The media giant will reportedly move its headquarters into an 80-story skyscraper.

Lower East Side »

11 Bowery Buildings Sold for $62M

Eleven buildings including the one housing Pulino's were sold to an investor group in an all-cash deal.

Bed-Stuy »

Why Singer-Songwriter Martha Wainwright Calls Bed-Stuy Home

This member of folk-singing royalty prefers the spacious Brooklyn digs to a Manhattan shoebox.

Fort Greene »

Fort Greene Plan Would Bring First Chain Hotel

A hotel is planned for the three empty lots on Park Avenue between Carlton Street and Cumberland Avenue.

Forest Hills »

Man Accused of Threatening Cabdrivers with Syringe Was Also a Cabbie

The suspect robbed cabbies after threatening them with a syringe he claimed was HIV-tainted,  cops said.

Bushwick »

Realtor Makes 'East Williamsburg' Stretch into Queens

The agency Kalmon Dolgin Affiliates touted a Queens property as being in "East Williamsburg."

Clinton Hill »

Pratt Students Decorate Empty Lot With A Hidden Message of Transience

Printmaking students were commissioned by Pratt to makeover a construction wall on Emerson Place.

Greenpoint »

Greenpoint Towers the 'Ugliest, Scariest, Most Horrible' Plan, Locals Say

Towers bringing thousands of new residents are "socioeconomically segregated" and "unfair," locals say.


DUMBO Clocktower Apt. Called 'Mansion in the Sky' in New Breathtaking Video

DUMBO's iconic clocktower penthouse is on sale for $18 million with sweeping views of New York City.

Greenpoint »

Greenpoint Joins Bushwick With 20 Percent Rent Leap As Williamsburg Drops

Greenpoint's average rents jumped by $457, about 20 percent, in the past year, a report shows. 

Long Island City »

Housing Boom in LIC Will Drive Needed Retail Development, Insiders Say

A desire for more retail options was a hot topic at the LIC Partnership's annual real estate panel.