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The tenants at 159 Suydam St. have suffered years of neglect and harassment, they said.

East Village »

A street artist addressed the closure of Stage Restaurant and the recently moved Trash and Vaudeville.

Chelsea »

Ed Hamilton's "The Chintz Age" features "tales of love and loss for a new New York."

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Photographer Courtney Mooney has collected images of Prospect-Lefferts Gardens residents for months.

Mott Haven »

Member of the group #TheBronxIsNotForSale are worried about residents of the borough getting displaced.

Bushwick »

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

Bushwick »

Fuchs Project is hosting a party this Friday where it will reveal some of the "Bushwick 200." 

East Williamsburg »

The commercial spaces will cater to businesses with less than four employees, its developers said.

Bushwick »

"Mi casa no es su casa" and "Not 4 Sale," the signs read.

Bushwick »

New arrivals in Bushwick are accustomed to a different lifestyle, the CO of the 83rd Precinct said.

Port Morris »

Keith Rubenstein has vowed to keep an open dialogue going with locals as his projects move forward.

Civic Center »

Mayor says the response is good when he speaks to individuals about the plan.

Concourse »

The show is called "Intersecting Imaginaries" and will be up at 900 Grand Concourse until Dec. 13.

Port Morris »

Developer Keith Rubenstein will still move forward with plans for new businesses in the neighborhood.

Concourse »

The borough president advocated for more information about green spaces and job creation in the plan.