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East Village »

The Real Estate Board of New York opposes a pitch for a district meant to protect small businesses.

Flatiron »

Asking rents on the avenue between 14th and 23rd streets increased by 18 percent, the study says.

Greenpoint »

Franklin Street rents increased by 42 percent this year, according to a recent report.

Upper East Side »

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

Greenpoint »

The most popular price point was between $400,000 and $600,000, Streeteasy found.

Upper West Side »

Some real estate brokers saw buyers and sellers taking a pause because of the election, a report found.

Williamsburg »

Thor Equities bought a key piece of property on the corner of North Seventh Street and Bedford Avenue.

Cobble Hill »

A new real estate report says Williamsburg remains home to the borough's most pricey retail rents.

Downtown Brooklyn »

A tumultuous 2016 is shaking brokers' confidence, the Real Estate Board of New York found.

Williamsburg »

The Real Estate Board of New York found condo prices had dropped by 13 percent this quarter.

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.