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5 Ways Luxury Buildings Are Trying to Woo Tweens

As families stay in the city longer, amenities for tweens and teens have become a major selling point.

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Bushwick »

The Department of Housing Preservation and Development has new design guidelines for retail spaces.

Midtown »

Foreign-based real estate investments have been blamed for inflating the price of some city apartments.

Upper West Side »

More developers are catering to the growing market of dog-owning real-estate seekers.

Inwood »

Tell us your salary and we'll tell you where to start hunting for a roommate-free apartment.

Downtown Brooklyn »

From wellness in the workplace to a spike in office sharing, 12 predictions for NYC's office market.

TriBeCa »

From high-end rentals to affordable housing, here's what the experts predict for 2016.

Bushwick »

Chris Benedict plans to retrofit nine Bushwick buildings to meet strict energy efficiency standards.

West Harlem »

Airbnb has been talking with landlords about possible revenue-sharing models.

Greenpoint »

Riders on leases, added security cameras, digital locks and other ways landlords are fighting Airbnb.

Greenwich Village »

We put together a primer to simplify the mayor's complicated zoning proposals.

Upper West Side »

House hunters are wary to commit with the future of the school zones uncertain, brokers say. 

Williamsburg »

Civic groups from all corners of the city are forging alliances against the city's zoning proposals.

Upper West Side »

The median asking rent for Manhattan 1-bedrooms is $3,271, according to StreetEasy.

Upper West Side »

Tips on how to contain the clutter of the stuff you shed when you come home.