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150 of the building's 200 affordable units are set aside for people making 165 percent AMI.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The city is taking tenant applications for 382 Lefferts Ave. through Sept. 22.

Park Slope »

A foreclosed building on 14th Street will be renovated and rented to moderate income families.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The old Slaughterhouse site at West 39th Street and 11th Ave. will become mixed-income apartments.

Mott Haven »

P.S. 31 was recently demolished because of structural issues, according to the city.

Elmhurst »

The open violations at the former Pan Am hotel include issues with the sprinkler system.

Central Harlem »

HPD Put three Harlem community gardens in a list of lots slated for development. 

Corona »

The plan will make big and small repairs at city shelters, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Monday.

Inwood »

A building at 552 Academy St. was evacuated in 2011 because of dangerous conditions at the site.

Washington Heights »

Sutton Management applied for 421a, a tax exemption for buildings with 20 percent affordable units.

Upper West Side »

Under a deal with the city, the school will no longer be responsible for building 55 affordable units. 

Crown Heights »

Alma Realty hiked rents this fall at the Brooklyn Jewish Hospital complex in Crown Heights.

Civic Center »

Councilwoman Margaret Chin wants landlords of unsafe buildings to pay for tenants to live elsewhere.

Inwood »

At least four families paid the suspect about $3,000 for apartments at 552 Academy St., officials said.

Civic Center »

The city has proposed tightening regulations on New Yorkers who are displaced from their homes.