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Park Slope »

Amenities include a market, affordable housing, fitness center and storage for 154 bikes, filings show.

East New York »

The project will include ground-floor retail and below-market-rate apartments, records show.

Williamsburg »

Half of the subsidized housing will be three or four bedroom units, the developer said Tuesday.

Boerum Hill »

Though details are scant, it would likely hurt affordable housing and the pockets of many New Yorkers.

East Williamsburg »

The city announced its plan to allow a private developer to build a new building at the NYCHA site.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The film directed by Oscar nominee Alice Elliott explores the history of the Manhattan Plaza complex.

Long Island City »

128 affordable units are up for grabs at The Hayden, a 50-story luxury tower at 43-25 Hunter St.

Greenwood Heights »

Renters can apply through the city's affordable housing lottery to land a spot in the high-rise.

Crown Heights »

Thirty-three units of affordable housing are available at 267 Rogers Ave. 

Bushwick »

The apartments are available at 810 Flushing Ave., a building with a rooftop deck and fitness center.

Downtown Brooklyn »

To qualify, you must make between $34,355 and $57,240, according to a city listing.

Greenpoint »

The city is accepting proposals to transform the 146,100-square-foot complex into affordable housing.

Jamaica »

Dozens of large-scale developments are planned or currently under construction in the area.

Crown Heights »

The nine-story building will replace an empty lot at Pacific Street, permits filed this week show.

Lower East Side »

A worker got a penthouse apartment in Knickerbocker Village without proper documentation, auditors said.