West Village »

Open House Agenda: Three Apartments to See This Weekend

The holiday weekend means fewer open houses, but here are three new listings worth a visit.

Jackson Heights »

Two More Historic Garden Apartments Added to Jackson Heights Tour

The Jackson Heights Beautification Group's annual tour of the private gardens will be held in June.

Flatiron »

Lego's Flagship Store to Launch in Flatiron in July

Lego's flagship will open in Flatiron in mid-July and will host a grand opening event in August.

Bay Ridge »

Is Bay Ridge Poised to Become the New Williamsburg?

As Williamsburg home prices skyrocket, Bay Ridge may be picking up some of the overflow.

Kips Bay »

Co-Op President Accused of Cutting Waitlist Can Keep His Apt., Court Rules

The co-op head can stay in his 4-bedroom though his family is too small to have qualified for it.

Fort Wadsworth »

Workers Chop Down 400-Year-Old Trees at Historic Mt. Manresa

A day after a temporary ban on work was lifted, the developers started to cut down trees at the site.

SoHo »

Five Tips for Graduates on How to Furnish a First Apartment

Designers advise investing in a few key pieces and mixing the old and the new.

Upper East Side »

Heir of Prominent Art Dealer Who Had Works Looted by Nazis to Open Gallery

Marianne Rosenberg is the granddaughter of Paul Rosenberg, whose collection was confiscated by Nazis.

Greenpoint »

Greenpoint to Get a Convention Center

Brooklyn Expo Center, located at 79 Franklin St., is slated to open sometime around October 2014.

Central Harlem »

Construction on Delayed Low-Income Housing to Restart in May, Church Says

Residents of West 123rd Street are skeptical that the building will be completed anytime soon.

Kips Bay »

Developer Must Clean and Reopen Garbage-Strewn Public Space, City Says

Joseph Slifka Park's owner is violating a deal with the city by keeping it closed, officials said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Late-Night Noise Continues to Plague Residents Near Hudson Yards

Construction is keeping locals up around-the-clock despite the developer's agreement to quiet down.

Upper West Side »

City to Cut Homeless Population at Controversial UWS Shelter by Half

Half of Freedom House's 400 homeless residents will be removed by Nov. 1.

Park Slope »

Rental Prices at Record Highs in Brownstone Brooklyn, Report Finds

The average rental price for a Brownstone Brooklyn studio is almost $2,000, according to a new report.

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