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Park Slope »

The Landmarks Preservation Commission unanimously approved the plan this week. 

Columbia Street Waterfront District »

These three apartments all have working fireplaces and are having open houses this weekend.

Chelsea »

The U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Softwood Lumber Board are backing the project on W. 18th St.

Hudson Heights »

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

Cobble Hill »

Proposed condos would create new community 'the size of Boerum Hill in a small corner of Cobble Hill.'

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Insurers for the Strand Condominium have agreed to pay the sum to Daniel McClung's husband and parents.

SoHo »

The forum will be held Wednesday night at St. Anthony's Church on Sullivan Street.

Williamsburg »

Stephen Levin wrote to JDS Development Group, which has been criticized for hiring non-union workers.

Fort George »

Three houses on West 187th Street, including one that was the site of a 1958 murder, will be torn down.

Rego Park »

The Queens neighborhood has experienced an influx of upscale apartments.

St. George »

The Accolade on the St. George waterfront has already sold nearly half of its apartments.

Chelsea »

The French Evangelical Church sold air rights to a neighboring condo development to fund repairs.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Harold Ross' former home on West 47th Street and a next-door building were listed for $14 million.

Chelsea »

The French Evangelical Church in Chelsea will get three apartments in a neighboring condo development.

Midtown »

Developers KRE hope to build a 40-story building at 281 Fifth Ave.