SoHo »

Bogus Broker Took $5K from Victim for SoHo Apartment, Police Say

Michael Forman, 72, took more than $5,000 for an apartment at 98-100 Thompson Street, police said.

Bed-Stuy »

Senior Housing in Bed-Stuy Will Undergo $6M Upgrade

CABS Senior Housing will get a $5.84 million upgrade, according to documents and sources.

Clinton Hill »

Dwindling Congregation and Money Woes Force 140-Year-Old Church to Close

St. Luke's Lutheran Church and Academy will close this summer, church officials announced.

Civic Center »

New Yorkers Pay More for Rent While Earning Less, Report Finds

A new report from the comptroller's office highlights the increasing cost of living in New York.

Flatbush »

Looking for a Roommate? How to Find a Good Match

Find someone in your network, do your homework and trust your instincts, experts told us.

Central Harlem »

Airbnb Worsens City's Affordable Housing Crisis, Harlem Pols Say

City apartments should go to New Yorkers, not tourists, state and federal lawmakers said.

Gramercy »

Players Club Could Lose Historic Gramercy Park Home, Records Show

The Players club is facing foreclosure after not paying hundreds of thousands of dollars in city taxes.

Prospect Heights »

Neighborhood Walking Tours Highlight New Development and Green Spaces

Gentrification and environmental stewardship are themes for "Jane's Walk" local tours.

DUMBO »

DUMBO's Construction Boom Brings Hundreds of Apartments to Waterfront

DNAinfo New York rounded up 10 of DUMBO's most notable new developments.

Woodside »

Woodside Luxury Tower Fully Rented Weeks After Opening

Apartments at Icon52, at 5205 Queens Blvd., cost 50 percent more than average rents in the neighborhood.

Kips Bay »

Real Estate Experts Among New Community Board Members

CB6 welcomed four new members, including experts in commercial real estate and senior services.

Gramercy »

Private School for Babies Coming to Gramercy

Explore + Discover will offer programs for children from 3 months to 2 years old.

Corona »

Tailor Who Worked in Corona for Decades Set to Retire

Mario Cutrone's been making clothes in Corona since the 1960s.

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