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Cobble Hill »

Cobble Hill One-Bedroom Rents Soar 7 Percent in Single Month, Report Says

Prices increased from $2,450 to $2,625 from December to January, the firm MNS said.

Williamsburg »

Luxe Bedford Ave. Building Features Mini-Beach and Recording Studio

Apartments feature hardwood floors, stainless steel kitchens and matte porcelain bathrooms.

Lower East Side »

Asian Activist Group Finds Space Across Street After Rent Increase

The Committee Against Anti-Asian Violence will move nearby, taking its large mural with it.

Lower East Side »

Clothing Store Priced Out of Bushwick Finds Cheaper Rent on Lower East Side

Mandate of Heaven, which sells clothing made from vintage fabric, opened last week at 17 Essex St.

Boerum Hill »

Rent Hike Forces Knitting Shop Out of Atlantic Avenue

Knit-A-Way of Brooklyn will have to leave the neighborhood by the end of January, according to its owner.

Upper East Side »

Upper East Side Rents Steadily Dropping, Reports Show

Median rents on the UES have gone down to $2,200, the fourth drop in five months, reports show.

Chelsea »

Struggling GMHC Plans to Break Lease and Leave Expensive Offices

The AIDS organization pays $389,000 per month for its Chelsea office, documents show.

Lower East Side »

Reduced Rent Hike Could Save Houston St. Army-Navy Store, Manager Says

A Lower East Side landlord offered a lower rent increase to save Army & Navy Bags.

Jackson Heights »

Family-Owned Pharmacy Closes After More Than 30 Years

Maram Pharmacy & Surgicals has been owned by the Kranjac family since 1982.

Lower East Side »

Rent Hike Could Force Houston Street Army Navy Store to Close, Manager Says

Army & Navy Bags at 177 E. Houston St. is in danger of closing because of a rent hike, the manager said.

Williamsburg »

Robert Durst is Building His Own Real Estate Empire in Brooklyn

The black sheep of the Durst real estate clan has bought properties in Williamsburg and Cobble Hill.

Astoria »

Astoria Landlord Swindled Dozens of Renters in Craigslist Scam, DA Says

Mario Lalicata is accused of collecting $17,000 in security and rent deposits from would-be tenants.

Cobble Hill »

ArtsCetera Seeks Fall Home for Kids' Music and Art Classes

The Cobble Hill children's center will soon leave their Smith Street studio.

West Harlem »

Cheapest Digs in Town: Tenant Pays Just $1 a Month for Harlem Two-Bedroom

David Lieberman's landlord wants him to pay $2,100, court papers say.

Chelsea »

Chelsea's Paradise Cafe Closes After 20 Years

The cafe was forced to close Wednesday after its landlord doubled the rent, Paradise's owner said.