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Upper East Side »

The new building will include 11 "homeownership" units and a fitness center, according to the developer.

Mott Haven »

Developers plan to turn P.S. 31 into a complex with affordable housing and commercial space.

Soundview »

A total of 20 newly renovated affordable apartments have recently come up for rent.

Prospect Heights »

The apartments are the first affordable units to come online at the Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park complex.

Crown Heights »

Part of the new "Concern Bergen" complex is reserved for people with psychiatric disabilities.

Central Harlem »

Brian Benjamin promotes construction firm Genesis' policy of hiring workers who have veered off-course.

West Harlem »

The typical New York City renter is likely to spend 65 percent of income on rent, StreetEasy said.

Upper West Side »

Rosenthal's town hall tackled issues from affordable housing to education.

East New York »

Councilman Rafael Espinal said that while the plan is not perfect, it's the "best possible plan."

West Village »

Seven units in a 33-unit co-op rising on Barrow Street will be set aside as affordable housing.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The city may look for a developer to take over 131 Livingston St. and add up to 700 school seats.

Clinton Hill »

Ten construction projects are underway or being planned for a two-block stretch of Myrtle Avenue.

Brownsville »

A new development complex will offer affordable two and three bedroom apartments in Brownsville.

East New York »

Local groups say that due to the site's history of neglect, further community input is needed.

East New York »

Protesters marched through Bushwick waving $100 bills emblazoned with Councilman Rafael Espinal's face.