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Rent-Stabilized Apartments Get Rent Freeze for First Time in City's History

The Rent Guidelines Board froze rents on one-year leases and raised two-year leases by 2 percent.

Upper East Side »

Luxury Condos and Fitness Center Set to Rise on East 86th Street: Report

The building will be home to 50 condos, retail space and a New York Sports Club.

Bushwick »

Developer's Affordable Housing Pledge at Rheingold Site Unclear, Pol Says

Brooklyn Deputy Borough President Diana Reyna questioned the developer's affordable housing commitment.

Gowanus »

Kentile Floors Sign Could Get New Home Beneath Subway Tracks

The Gowanus Alliance wants to install the famed letters on 10th Street between Second and Third Avenue.

Crown Heights »

Free Access to Crown Heights Co-Working Space Awarded to 3 Nonprofits

The Brooklyn Community Foundation gave the space as part of their "Accelerator Incubator Project."

Sunset Park »

South Brooklyn Marine Terminal to Open as Working Port

South Brooklyn Marine Terminal will be reactivated with port facilities again, officials said. 

East Village »

Will Rent Stabilized Tenants See Their First-Ever Rent Freeze?

The Rent Guidelines Board votes Monday on increases for the city's one million stabilized units.

Williamsburg »

Where Are New Yorkers Going on Vacation for Free?

Presenting New York's summer vacation wish list, and the other vacationers fulfilling it.

Financial District »

Staten Island's 'Angry Pacifist' Sues Trinity Church For Assault

The activist claims he was assaulted when he refused to leave the sidewalk where he was protesting.

Greenpoint »

Greenpoint Affordable Units Starting at $400-A-Month to Be Ready by 2017

Nearly 300 affordable units will be built as part of the controversial Greenpoint Landing development.

Midtown »

Open House Insider: 3 Apartments to See This Weekend

These three units feature large windows and tons of natural light.

Greenwich Village »

City Landmarks Commission Maps 150 Years of LGBTQ History In The Village

An interactive online map shows hotspots dating back to the 1800s.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

PHOTOS: See the Giant Development Headed for Manhattan's West Side

The real estate development will include two office buildings and a residential tower.

Fort Greene »

Nearly 250 Apartments Vacant in Ingersoll and Whitman Houses, Audit Finds

More than 100 of those apartments have been empty for an average of eight years.

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