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The A. Phillip Randolph Houses will combine public housing and affordable housing units.

Central Harlem »

The group says it will use the $1.2 million to support 117 units of affordable housing in Central Harlem.

Jackson Heights »

The building is offering six affordable units to those who qualify.

Long Island City »

The developer, partnering with the nonprofit Selfhelp, will build two high-rises with 1,193 apartments.

Central Harlem »

What to do if your New York City apartment is too cold — or too hot — this winter.

Gowanus »

President Street residents say the city is trying to force a garden onto their block.

Melrose »

Two mixed-use buildings and a new plaza seating area will begin construction this fall.

Chelsea »

Artimus Construction wanted to bulldoze the playground for parking, but will now renovate it.

West Harlem »

Harlem has the highest number of vacant city-owned lots, but gardeners are hoping to change that.

Washington Heights »

HPD has had to pay thousands of dollars since 2001 to repair buildings owned by Hugo "Eduardo" Juarez.

West Harlem »

The former P.S. 186, which has been closed for nearly 40 years, would also have 81 units of housing.

Woodside »

HPD will issue violations at the Woodside building where 3-year-old Rusroshi Barua fell on Sunday.

East Williamsburg »

A group is trying to convert the vacant lot behind Moore Street Market into an urban farm.

Williamsburg »

The city denied a group that has fought decades for the vacant property.

University Heights »

Residents were forced out when the fire escapes were removed, and have no idea when they can return.