Bed-Stuy »

MAP: 7 Bed-Stuy Businesses That Shuttered in the Last Year

Head Hunter Barbershop, Celestino, and Good Yoga are among the Bed-Stuy spots lost in 2014. 

Cobble Hill »

See What's Planned for the Former Long Island College Hospital Site

NYU Langone expects to begin construction on its new medical facility this fall, officials said.

Chelsea »

Lingerie Shop Beats Out Gay Bars for Former Rawhide Spot

The manager of The Blue Store, a sex shop down the street, will open up a high-end boutique. 

Carnegie Hill »

Ralph Lauren Has Secret Garage Full of Rare Cars He Hardly Visits

The garage, which houses Ferraris and vintage roadsters, is just a short ride from his Manhattan home.

Carnegie Hill »

Open House Agenda: 3 Apartments to See This Weekend

Cozy up to these apartments with wood-burning fireplaces.

Jamaica »

Jamaica Colosseum Mall Listed for Sale for $45 Million: Report

The mall on 165th Street in downtown Jamaica  has 250,000 square feet of development rights.

Upper West Side »

Tani Shoe Store Space Hits the Market on UWS

The shop's West 70th Street and Broadway space will be available in March, brokers said.

Fort Greene »

Former Paul Robeson Theatre Space for Lease in Fort Greene

The theater was housed in a Romanesque Revival church originally built in 1864.

West Village »

Cynthia Rowley Infuriates Neighbors by Damaging Landmarked Home: Lawsuit

The fashion designer is being sued by a neighboring condo board after doing renovations on her home.

Long Island City »

Construction to Start Soon on Delayed Hunters Point Library Branch

Officials announced the start of the project, at Center Boulevard and 48th Avenue, Thursday morning.

Park Slope »

After the Storm, Here's How To Protect Your Home From Salt

Tracking in salt and other de-icers used in this wintry weather can be bad for your feet and floors.

Crown Heights »

8-Story Building to Replace Eastern Parkway Gas Station That Sold for $32M

Twenty percent of the 133 units at 1525 Bedford Ave. will be affordable, the buyer's broker said.

East New York »

City Wants 'Cushion Against Gentrification' in East New York Rezoning

Officials plan to turn Atlantic Avenue into a "vibrant corridor" with buildings up to 12 stories.

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