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Upper East Side »

Month After 2nd Ave. Blast Shakes Upper East Side, Residents Demand Answers

Residents want more information about the Second Ave. subway construction blast that shook the UES.

East Harlem »

House Hunters' Craving for Space Sated by East Harlem Duplex

One bedroom, one-and-a-half bathroom East Harlem condo sates house hunters' craving for space

Yorkville »

House Hunters Bask in Sun of Quirky Co-op Near 2nd Ave Subway Construction

A one-bedroom in Yorkville drew house hunters who basked in southern exposure sun.

Washington Heights »

Guillermo Linares' Campaign Raised $50K From Real Estate Groups

Assemblyman Guillermo Linares has made affordable housing a centerpiece of his platform.

Gowanus »

Dangerous Buildings Plague Up-and-Coming Gowanus Block

The city has declared two buildings across from the future Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club unsafe.

Long Island City »

LIC Woman Sentenced for $1.3 Million Ponzi Scheme

Many of the victims lost their life savings in the scheme, officials said.

Williamsburg »

Brooklyn's Development Sales Triple This Year

Development sales reportedly tripled this year, with a Bedford Avenue property the biggest purchase.

Far Rockaway »

Housing Prices Heating Up in the Rockaways and Northwest Queens

Home prices were up 13 percent in the Rockaways compared to last year.

West Village »

Scaled-Down NYU Expansion Plan Approved by City Council Committee

The City Council's land-use committee approved a modified expansion plan for New York University.

SoHo »

SoHo's Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art Abruptly Closes

The museum on Broadway near Houston Street closed but will announce plans to resume programming.

Greenwich Village »

NYU Professors Accuse President of Exaggerating Need for Expansion

Five NYU professors accused school President John Sexton of exaggerating the need for more classrooms.

Upper West Side »

West End Ave Historic District Extension Unanimously Approved

The Landmarks Preservation Commission approved a major addition to the West End Avenue Historic District.

Williamsburg »

Documentary 'Gut Renovation' Eyes Williamsburg's Real Estate Transformation

Su Friedrich filmed "Gut Renovation" while she lived through Williamsburg's 2005 rezoning.

College Point »

City Greens Building With a Coat of White Paint

The city is painting the roofs of buildings to save energy.

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