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Greenwich Village »

More New Yorkers are spending at least half their income on rent than a few years ago, a report found.

East Williamsburg »

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

Murray Hill »

The popular family-owned bar on Third Avenue will close its doors on June 26, the owners said.

Cobble Hill »

Carl Foner, a Cobble Hill resident, is urging J.Crew to rethink their Court Street location.

Cobble Hill »

J.Crew signed a 10-year net lease for the building at 151 Court St., according to reports.

Crown Heights »

As Franklin Avenue prices move east, some renters are hopping back on the train in search of a deal.

Williamsburg »

A new map shows "prime" Williamsburg has average rents nearly $1,600 higher than South Williamsburg.

Greenpoint »

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

New York City »

The Rent Guidelines Board voted for a preliminary rate hike between 3.25 percent and 9.5 percent.

Chelsea »

Eight new members joined the board, which covers Chelsea and Hell's Kitchen.

Bushwick »

Bushwick's nearly 20-percent rent leap in February was followed by a price drop in March, a report shows.

Flatiron »

Robert 'Toshi' Chan has launched a Monday night performance series at the Flatiron Hotel.

Bushwick »

Bushwick's rents rose despite price decreases elsewhere in Brooklyn in February, a new report shows.

Chelsea »

The popular Eighth Avenue gay bar Rawhide will close on March 31 after a reported rent increase. 

Financial District »

Four months after Sandy, the majority of business and residental space are up and running.