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Long Island City »

Two Albany lawmakers want to change the formula used to determine affordable housing eligibility.

Williamsburg »

104 applicants will score subsidized apartments on the Williamsburg waterfront.

Bed-Stuy »

The proposal would bring 296 new apartments to Flushing and Franklin avenues.

Prospect Heights »

The building at 38 Sixth Ave. is part of the 22-acre Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park complex.

Upper West Side »

The West End Towers near Lincoln Center feature a concierge, complimentary shuttle bus and fitness room.

Williamsburg »

Applications to live at 11 Jackson Street are due by July 13.

East New York »

The City Council questioned agency officials Monday on specifics in the plan to rezone the area.

Park Slope »

Developers plan to replace the Park Slope Key Food with apartments, shops and a smaller grocery store.

Upper West Side »

The city is working on how to keep Housing Development Fund Corporation co-ops affordable.

Central Harlem »

New units are double the price of what tenants paid before the renovation

East Harlem »

The city is considering rezoning large sections of First, Second, Third, Lexington, and Park avenues.

Midtown »

Here's a primer on the term commonly used in affordable housing, and how to figure out your number.

East Harlem »

The "E125" development will have 1,000 apartments, a Proton therapy center, and more commercial space.

Hamilton Heights »

Community Board 9 voted against two proposed changes to the city's zoning text.

Hudson Square »

70 Charlton was the first residential building to break ground after the 2013 Hudson Square rezoning.