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Bushwick »

The developer scammed investors into paying double what buildings were worth, a lawsuit claims.

Bushwick »

City officials, community groups and developers are fighting over the number of affordable units.

Midtown East »

The group protested the Real Estate Board of New York meeting for undermining city affordable housing.

Greenpoint »

After 17 years, Java Discount in Greenpoint will be forced to close at the end of the month.

Port Morris »

The development would be located on two sites in Port Morris at 2401 Third Ave. and 101 Lincoln Ave.

Port Morris »

A report from the Regional Plan Association says 71 percent of The Bronx is at risk of being displaced.

Chelsea »

"I wish we'd asked, 'What can we do for you?'" the park's co-founder said in an interview with CityLab.

Vinegar Hill »

The documentary was released last month by social services group Brooklyn Community Services.

Bushwick »

Organizers will host a town hall on Feb. 11 to continue to plot plans for Bushwick's future.

Astoria »

"This kind of store will never happen again in New York," the owner said.

Jackson Heights »

Jackson Heights and Bushwick are among areas seeing more wealthy renters, a study found.

Central Harlem »

We asked you where to get the best chopped cheese in the city and literally no one was willing to say.

Central Harlem »

Whole Foods sells chopped cheese sandwiches for $8, double the average cost at a bodega.

Claremont »

The Upper West Side Whole Foods was accused of "colonialism" for selling the cult bodega staple for $8.