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Yorkville »

The 17-unit facility will be for single women and their children.

Upper East Side »

Originally listed for $120 million, the buildings are on the market now for $78.9 million.

Park Slope »

Average rent for a one-bedroom in Park Slope was $2,542 last month, according to real estate firm MNS.

Upper East Side »

Sales of luxury condos worth $5 million or more are far outpacing co-ops, research

DUMBO »

The affordable housing lottery for 181 Front St. opens Friday.

Midtown »

As the hotel closes for three years of renovations, we trace its history over more than a century.

Brooklyn Heights »

Clipper Realty plans to add 12 units to the 161-unit building, the firm said.

Williamsburg »

104 applicants will score subsidized apartments on the Williamsburg waterfront.

West Village »

Renters want to live in the West Village, and romance-seekers want to date Villagers, Streeteasy found.

Bushwick »

More than 200 Bushwick residents turned out Saturday to talk about the neighborhood's future.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The affordable housing lottery for 33 Bond St. opens Monday.

Clinton Hill »

The plan must now be approved by the Department of Buildings to move forward.

Yorkville »

A developer has filed plans for an 18-story apartment building at 1639-41 First Ave. near 85th Street.

Upper East Side »

Health officials halted renovations at buildings where they say the landlord failed to protect tenants.

Upper East Side »

Upper East Side co-op sales fell 17 percent, a recent report shows.