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Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The restaurant's owner and the building's landlords were involved in a years-long fight over the lease.

Crown Heights »

Workers painted over fencing and padlocked the Rogers Avenue green space this week.

East Williamsburg »

Artists-in-residence at 722 Metropolitan Ave., facing mounting legal fees, are asking for help.

Williamsburg »

Tenants at 501-505 Grand St. say they live amid nightmarish conditions.

Bushwick »

Protesters marched through the neighborhood Wednesday to demand a change in regulation laws.

Williamsburg »

The S. 3rd Street resident shelled out his life savings defending himself against eviction, he said.

Chelsea »

An impending rent increase could shutter the Associated Supermarket at 255 W. 14th St. in May.

Inwood »

The landlord and city marshals evicted the eatery in early February, according to the building owner.

Upper East Side »

Svetlana Travis was booted from an Upper East Side pad after a warning about prostitution, records show.

Washington Heights »

Community Board 12 launched a series of petitions to help save the Fort Washington Ave. supermarket.

Bushwick »

Rafael Fuchs suspended the list after neighbors grew angry about who would be included.

Crown Heights »

Gardeners at the Roger That Garden have been fighting the eviction since June, advocates said.

Murray Hill »

The city marshal was going serve the man eviction papers, officials said.

Civic Center »

Mayor Bill de Blasio said the plan aims to "stop homelessness before it starts."

Bed-Stuy »

The cat that had been locked in a shuttered Tompkins Avenue store for more than a month has a new owner.