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Jamaica »

The commute of the average resident in 69 percent of the city's neighborhoods is more than 40 minutes.

Fieldston »

Growth of women-owned companies in The Bronx outpaced growth in every other borough, the report says.

Cobble Hill »

Center for an Urban Future published a new report on women entrepreneurs. 

Brooklyn Heights »

The number of chain stores overall is still growing, but at a slower rate, a new study says.

Elmhurst »

The annual report by the Center for an Urban Future examines chain stores throughout the city. 

East Village »

With 1.2 million gas customers, experts say Con Ed's figures might be low.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Fast-food chains, coffee shops and mobile dealers are some of the city's largest national retailers.

East Harlem »

The explosion and building collapse is one of several in Harlem in the last few years.

West Harlem »

A new study estimates that more than $47B would be needed to fix the city's infrastructure problems.

Bed-Stuy »

The Neighborhood Opportunity Network is designed to help people on probation connect with local services.

New York City »

The growth of chain stores in New York accelerated in 2012, according to a new report.

Willowbrook »

The Center for an Urban Future said there are more self-employed immigrants than native-born.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Winick Realty says it wants to bring mom and pop stores to Columbus Square, a retail complex full of big-box chains.