The DNAinfo archives brought to you by WNYC.
Read the press release here.


building sale

Recent Headlines
Midtown »

The department store will still operate a 150,000-square-foot outpost inside the landmarked building.

Brooklyn Heights »

Clipper Realty plans to add 12 units to the 161-unit building, the firm said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The state would use the funds to "offset" a planned funding cut to CUNY's senior colleges.

Long Island City »

The company bought the landmarked Clock Tower building and adjacent development site for $167 million.

Morningside Heights »

Kinah Rosas is afraid the historic work will be destroyed if the former convent is sold to developers. 

Clinton Hill »

The Greene Hill Food Co-Op's lease will be terminated effective September 30, according to the co-op. 

Chelsea »

Pepe Giallo will move down the street, and Auto Designs NYC is currently searching for a new home.

Chelsea »

The building, which houses a controversial homeless shelter, could reportedly sell for $100 million.

Midtown »

The art-supply store is closing because its owners sold the building, an employee said.

Fort Greene »

Brooklyn Hospital Center is selling its Maynard Building at 240 Willoughby St.

East Village »

The building, once owned by Alexander Hamilton's son, was billed “highly desirable" for student housing.

Lower East Side »

Photographer Jay Maisel bought 190 Bowery for $102,000 in 1966 and recently sold it for $55 million.

Mott Haven »

The post office at 149th Street and Grand Concourse is a designated landmark of New York City.

Little Italy »

The museum has put its buildings up for sale but will remain part of any new development.