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Upper East Side »

The owner of Dandy Espresso said that struggles with finances and his landlord led the shop to close.

Park Slope »

The famous Italian pizza chain will open its first Brooklyn location at 450 Dean St., its owners said.

Fort Greene »

A four-bedroom house a block east of Fort Greene Park sold for $3.2 million.

Inwood »

The owner of the 19th century Seaman-Drake arch is in talks with two potential renters, the broker said.

Bed-Stuy »

We map the more than 20 historic churches that have been converted into condos in the past two decades.

Upper East Side »

The Fifth Avenue museum hopes to expand its space for exhibitions and educational programming.


The Oscar winner's 2,592-square-foot loft in the Watchtower building has panoramic views.

Melrose »

The company Pyramid Investors recently purchased 470 East 161st Street for $6.65 million.

Crown Heights »

The Eastern Parkway and Franklin Avenue building will have a roofdeck and fitness center.


The one-story structure will be located at 20 Old Fulton St. near the Watchtower buildings.

Clinton Hill »

The proposed building would have 27 residential units and 5,900-square-feet of retails space. 

Red Hook »

Falconworks Artists Group, a local theater company, will perform the play from June 5 to 15 in Red Hook.

Bushwick »

Residents hope to create a space for people with the same polyamorous lifestyle.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The Hare Krishna headquarters have been at 305 Schermerhorn St. since 1983.


The online marketplace plans to create 340 new jobs by the year 2019.