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Upper East Side »

Sales of luxury condos worth $5 million or more are far outpacing co-ops, research

Concourse »

The 10 most affordable properties range from $175,000 to $595,000, according to NeighborhoodX.

Greenwich Village »

Realtor Donna Olshan's year-end report for 2016 shows an 18 percent decline in sales from 2015.

Central Harlem »

Seniors are at particularly high risk as rents soar, experts say. 

Brooklyn Heights »

The most affordable properties in Brooklyn Heights start at $575,000, according to NeighborhoodX.

Jackson Heights »

Three open houses in Jackson Heights, a neighborhood known for its affordability and historic co-ops.

Bed-Stuy »

Habitat for Humanity is looking to build a total of eight units on Ralph Avenue near Atlantic Avenue.

Upper East Side »

Home sales were highest in the last quarter of 2015 compared to other areas in the borough, study shows.

Hamilton Heights »

There are more than 150 buildings in the city's program to create affordable homeownership in the city.

Park Slope »

Three-bedroom co-ops at different prices, all with open houses this weekend. 

Hudson Heights »

Three affordable apartments near the water have open houses this weekend. 

East Village »

Newly listed and renovated units — including a two-bedroom with dining room — priced near $500,000.

West Harlem »

The free event on May 2 and 3 will feature properties in Harlem, Washington Heights and Inwood.

West Village »

These Manhattan studio co-ops offer more than first meets the eye.