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Stapleton »

Bronx and Staten Island home sales are on the rise; Manhattan and Brooklyn sales dipped, REBNY found.

East Harlem »

Questions remain on whether developers will build rental apartments without the controversial abatement.

Kingsbridge »

An Independent Budget Office report found prevailing wage rules for 421-a projects could cost $2.8B.

Bed-Stuy »

The neighborhood saw the most home sale activity in the borough with 190 transactions.

Flushing »

Central Queens had the most home sales in the borough in the third quarter of 2015.

Cobble Hill »

Average asking rents on the street exceeded Fifth Avenue in Park Slope and Greenpoint's Franklin Street.

Williamsburg »

Bedford Avenue is home to Brooklyn's priciest asking retail rents, the Real Estate Board of NY found.

Greenwich Village »

The source of data used in a recent pro-development report says lobbyists used his data incorrectly.

Civic Center »

The process to landmark historic places not only shuns the outer boroughs, but takes too long, they say.

Bed-Stuy »

The neighborhood topped the borough's list with 183 sales in 2015's second quarter, the report found.

Forest Hills »

The area also tops the list of Queens’ neighborhoods with the largest number of sales.

Civic Center »

The Landmarks Preservation Commission designated the Christopher Street building a historic landmark.

SoHo »

The Real Estate Board of New York says listed retail rents on Broadway are up since spring 2014.

West Harlem »

The free event on May 2 and 3 will feature properties in Harlem, Washington Heights and Inwood.

Greenwich Village »

The plan would allow developers to build taller in exchange for creating more affordable housing.