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Hamilton Heights »

Tenants who have been waiting for decades say their buildings don't get basic repairs. 

Greenwich Village »

An audit by the state comptroller found problems at three city-supervised affordable housing buildings.

SoHo »

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

East Williamsburg »

Cora Austin, president of the board, denied that she was being investigated.

Hamilton Heights »

Some co-ops owe so much that they are at risk of being foreclosed, city records show.

Park Slope »

A canine-friendly bar, competitive middle schools and affordable co-ops all made the news this week.

Elmhurst »

Apartments at the building go for as little as $167,000. 

Williamsburg »

Lawyers for Lindsay Park say critics who want to alter election procedure want changes that violate law.

Chelsea »

The Penn South co-op will select 1,200 lottery winners who will be able to buy affordable units.

Chelsea »

The Penn South co-op is opening up its waiting lists for affordable studios, 1-beds and 2-beds.

Chelsea »

The law will give the co-op a tax break as long as it continues offering below-market apartments.

Chelsea »

The complex's pool would be open to co-op owners but not renters.

Upper West Side »

Upper West Side homebuyers can enjoy magnificent views of Central and Riverside parks.

Chelsea »

More than $266,000 was allegedly stolen from the co-op by two former staffers.

Sunset Park »

The group is the first team of minors to go through the Center for Family Life's co-op training program.