Jackson Heights »

Open House Agenda: 3 Apartments to See This Weekend

Distinct features — library shelves, working dumbwaiter, wall of windows — set these units apart.

Gowanus »

Gowanus Rezoning Plan Envisions High-Rise Development

City Councilman Brad Lander's Bridging Gowanus framework also calls for protecting manufacturing uses.

Prospect Heights »

Developers Tempt Post-Grads to Shared 'Micro-Suite' Apartments

Developers eye micro-suites as an alternative to the underground housing market's subdivided units.

Financial District »

PHOTOS: Check Out the Controversial 494-Foot Tower Proposed for the Seaport

Howard Hughes reduced its proposed skyscraper more than 100 feet, but that's not enough, officials said.

East Village »

Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks Eyes New Home in East Village

After Bonnie Slotnick's landlord wouldn't renew her lease, two siblings offered her space in their home.

Windsor Terrace »

New Windsor Terrace Food Co-op Needs 100 Members to Lease Space

The co-op's leaders found a space on Caton Avenue, but they need money for a deposit by Dec. 1.

Kew Gardens »

Decrepit Historic Kew Gardens House Listed on Craigslist for $1.2M

The house was deemed unsafe in 2009 by the Department of Buildings.

West Village »

What Happened in New York This Week: 10 Stories You Need to Read

A hero barista, a late-night sauna party, oyster happy hours and more made news this week.

Central Harlem »

Residents Move into Sugar Hill Affordable Housing Development

Residents and developers of the affordable housing complex celebrated the ribbon cutting Friday.

DUMBO »

$3K-a-Month Studios for Rent at New DUMBO Development

The first residents will move into DUMBO's newest development, at 60 Water St., on Dec. 1.

Sunset Park »

Pol Calls for Upgrades at Sunset Park's Pier 4

Public access to a part of the pier could be cut under a proposed city plan.

Gowanus »

Gowanus Residents Rally Against Parole Office

About 100 people protested a parole office slated to serve 6,000 ex-inmates in Gowanus.

Prospect Heights »

State Takes Over StorageMart at Atlantic Yards Ahead of Vacate Deadline

More than 300 tenants still have belongings inside the Atlantic Avenue facility, the company said.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Century-Old Building to be Demolished to Make Way for Condos

The Downtown Brooklyn building, at 88 Schermerhorn St., was recently sold to developers for $11 million.

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