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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.

Chelsea »

"Exchange" will feature work from 12 artists "reflecting on their experience of gentrification."

Bushwick »

The Bushwick-based organizers will light up gentrifying neighborhoods all over the city this year.

Bed-Stuy »

"White Knuckle" addresses the issues of cultures and communities under threat, the director says.

Mott Haven »

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

Port Morris »

Milk Burger has opened a new branch in Port Morris at 148 Bruckner Blvd.

Mott Haven »

The eatery should open at 137th Street and Third Avenue by the beginning of next year.

Clinton Hill »

The salon will move to a larger location at 980 Fulton St. on Oct. 4.

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.