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Central Harlem »

In the last decade, Harlem churches have collectively sold for more than $50 million.

Central Harlem »

A fourth generation Harlemite with no experience in food has a best-selling items at Whole Foods.

Central Harlem »

The best cheeseburgers in Harlem cost $2 and come from a cart on Lenox Avenue.

Bushwick »

Volunteer rescuers have been trying to trap dozens of cats as a building gets demolished.

Williamsburg »

The borough president opposes the Rabsky Group's plan for the 1,146 unit apartment complex.

Bushwick »

Bike lanes may start to increase property values in a matter of months, an analysis found.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Notorious Brooklyn landlords Joel and Amrom Israel forked over $350,000 as part of a plea deal.

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.