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East Williamsburg »

Sure We Can is hoping 60 million cans, or $3 million will help them buy their East Williamsburg lot. 

Williamsburg »

The Lichtenstein Group allowed its Philadelphia factory to become a "firetrap," a grand jury found.

Boerum Hill »

The Atlantic Avenue shop has been called a "neighborhood institution."

Sunset Park »

Tenants of 430 61st St. filed a complaint against their Sunset Park landlord, advocates said.

Central Harlem »

Elsia Vasquez, a tenant advocate, helps renters fight against appalling conditions.

East Williamsburg »

The Loft Board granted three members of an artists' collective protected tenants status

East Williamsburg »

Artists-in-residence at 722 Metropolitan Ave., facing mounting legal fees, are asking for help.

Williamsburg »

The S. 3rd Street resident shelled out his life savings defending himself against eviction, he said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Steven Croman has left residents on 45th Street without gas since April, they say. 

Bushwick »

Luis Perez admitted he cut up the victim's body with a machete and put it in plastic bags.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The city ordered the emergency demolition of five buildings on Ninth Ave. between 37th and 38th streets.

Mott Haven »

The legislation aims to prevent landlords from making harassing and repeated buyout offers.

East New York »

The building on New Jersey Avenue has more than 180 open violations, according to city records.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Highpoint Associates has been fined repeatedly for operating illegal hotels while real tenants suffer.

Chelsea »

The deli is relocating to 360 Ninth Ave. at the end of the month, according to its owner.