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Williamsburg »

Landlords Offer Tenants Financial Incentives to Avoid Winter's Slow Market

Realtors said landlords citywide are offering deals including lower rents on 18-month leases.

New York City »

Home Prices Set to Soar in 2013, Real Estate Experts Say

Real estate experts say home prices are on track to rise in the new year.

East Harlem »

East Harlem Yoga Studio Gets Outpouring of Money to Stay Open

Bikram Yoga-East Harlem needs at least $52,000 to pay back rent or it will close.

New York City »

Manhattan Rents Up 3 Percent Since Last Year, and Still Rising

Rents in Manhattan are expected to jump higher with Sandy victims searching for new places to live. 

Financial District »

Lower Manhattan Buildings Offer Rent Relief For Tenants Displaced by Sandy

Many buildings closed by storm damage are offering rent abatements or letting tenants break their leases.

Chelsea »

AIDS Advocacy Group Yanks Free Rent for Partner Organizations

Volunteer groups that share space with Gay Men's Health Crisis worry they can't afford to stay.

Greenwich Village »

University Restaurant Closes After 60 Years

After 60 years of serving up classic diner fare, University Restaurant closed Wednesday.

Chelsea »

Developer Markets Ninth Avenue Storefront After Booting Tenants

Stonehenge has begun to market a 5,300-square-foot space that was home to several local businesses.

Greenwich Village »

NYU Cuts Deal to Avoid Rent Hike For LaGuardia Place Residents

Residents of 505 LaGuardia Pl. reached a lease deal with NYU to keep rent affordable.

East Village »

Still-Struggling St. Mark's Bookshop Hunting for Smaller Space

The longtime bookshop is looking for a smaller space in the East Village.

Central Harlem »

Harlem's Hue-Man Bookstore to Close at End of July

The Black-owned and oriented bookstore Hue-Man Bookstore was a Harlem staple for a decade.

Chelsea »

Longtime Chelsea Businesses Forced Out by New Landlord, Tenants Say

Six businesses on Ninth Avenue between West 17th and 18th streets had their leases terminated.

Cobble Hill »

Brooklyn PetSmart Puts the Bite on Small Pet Shops, Locals Say

Eight months after opening, mom-and-pops in Cobble Hill say PetSmart is threatening their business. 

Civic Center »

Rent Deal Saves Downtown Dance Studio

Dance New Amsterdam will save $4 million over the next 10 years, the studio's leader said.

Riverdale & Kingsbridge »

Police Impersonator Sought in Bronx Rent Scam

Anthony Gonzalez allegely posed as a detective and collected $2300 in a Kingsbridge rent scam.