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East Harlem »

The Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development built a Displacement Alert Project map.

Hudson Square »

Neighborhoods across the city are grappling with Mandatory Inclusionary Housing with mixed results.

Sunnyside »

Several groups and nonprofits will host a forum about development Sunday in Sunnyside.

Gowanus »

In 2000, Latinos were the majority in parts of Gowanus. Their numbers have fallen sharply since then.

Inwood »

"Broadway Blues" will include Espaillat, historian Robert Snyder and author Raquel Cepeda.

Williamsburg »

All the iPhones and avocado toast you'll ever need are coming to the neighborhood.

Gowanus »

A look at properties along the Gowanus Canal that are targeted for development or other changes.

Mott Haven »

A bookstore/wine bar may be coming to the South Bronx. 

Bushwick »

The colossal Rheingold development is designed after a "European Village," the architects say.

South Street Seaport »

Podcast hosts Tom Meyers and Greg Young talk to us about their book, their show and life in New York.

West Village »

Another record store bites the dust. 

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

"The Holdouts," a new darkly comedic show, is about one man's stand against gentrification. 

Bushwick »

The multi-family home on Wilson Avenue fetched $606 per square foot.

Greenpoint »

Should the site's industrial character be preserved or destroyed?

Clinton Hill »

The bike lane slated for Clinton Avenue was emblematic of the changes roiling the area, critics said.