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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.

Jamaica »

Eighty-eight apartments are available at 92-61 165th St. through the city's affordable housing lottery.

East Harlem »

Median rents rose 3.9 percent a year since 2010, while wages rose 1.8 percent a year, StreetEasy found.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Public Advocate Letitia James published the ten largest lenders to the "Worst Landlords" list.

Grasmere »

The move will preserve 178-units and set aside 36 of them to formerly homeless people in the future.

Bed-Stuy »

There are two units available at 183 Tompkins Ave., with applications open through Thursday night.

Yorkville »

An upcoming change to the 421-a tax break has led the developer to trim 35 planned units down to eight.

Central Harlem »

The city helped finance a record 24,293 affordable housing units in fiscal year 2017, the mayor said.

East Harlem »

The city's affordable housing program this week added 24 more units in East and Central Harlem.

Williamsburg »

Ten apartments are up for grabs at 174 North 11th St. 

Williamsburg »

The city's housing lottery is open for 14 subsidized apartments at 33 Ten Eyck St.

Fordham »

Residents can apply for the affordable housing units until Sept. 5.

Bushwick »

"We tried," said a city representative from HPD, but ultimately the city has no legal right.

Clinton Hill »

Apartments at the building cost between $780 and $973 a month for residents with qualifying income.