Central Harlem »

Open House Agenda: 3 Apartments to See This Weekend

One-bedrooms with private roof decks starting at $395,000.

Upper West Side »

Parents at UWS Elementary School Sue to Stop Nursing Home Construction

Parents say construction of the 20-story nursing home will be detrimental to their children's education.

Little Italy »

Italian American Museum Evicts Longtime Italian Restaurant

The museum evicted Il Palazzo on Mulberry Street after it missed a rent payment, the owner said.

West Village »

Dutch Boutique Scotch and Soda to Replace Cafe Angelique on Grove St

Scotch & Soda is moving into the old Cafe Angelique space. Maison Kayser is opening across the street.

Fort Greene »

Condos With Roof Terrace and Courtyard on Sale For $230K in Fort Greene

Applications are open for affordable condo sales in Navy Green, located at 8 Vanderbilt Ave.

Central Harlem »

Landlords Keep Racking Up Violations Despite Being on 'Worst Landlord' List

The Public Advocate visited some of the worst landlords in East Harlem and the South Bronx on Wednesday.

Park Slope »

If the Obamas Move to NYC, Will They Be Park Slopers?

The Obamas are considering a move to NYC. Are they Park Slope people or Tribeca trendsters?

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy Residents Catalog 'Hideous' Buildings in Plea for Better Design

Locals are attempting to create a dialogue with developers to call for façades that blend with the area.

Long Island City »

MTA to Sell Air Rights to Developer Planning to Build Queens' Tallest Tower

A developer is buying the unused development rights for nearly $56 million, according to MTA documents.

DUMBO »

Landmarks Approves 10 Jay St. Design that Honors Building's Sugar History

Developers are using oddly-shaped glass pieces in the design to represent sugar.

Williamsburg »

55-Unit Williamsburg Affordable Building Rents May Start at $640 a Month

Units will be for residents earning 48 percent and 58 percent of the area media income (AMI).

Crown Heights »

Invalid Vote on Crown Heights Rezoning Sends Debate Back to Committee Again

The controversial letter meant to start a rezoning study has been held up for months by Brooklyn's CB9.

Little Italy »

Italian American Museum Looks to Evict 85-Year-Old Italian Grandma

Lifelong Little Italy resident Adele Sarno faces eviction by the Italian American Museum, her landlord.

Bed-Stuy »

6 Tips for Finding the Right Contractor to Renovate Your NYC Apartment

If you're planning to remodel your NYC apartment, these tips could help you find the right contractor.

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