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Far Rockaway »

StreetEasy analyzed sales in neighborhoods devastated by the 2012 storm, where development continues.

Central Harlem »

The owner of two abandoned plots told gardeners to "vacate both lots immediately."

Central Harlem »

In the last decade, Harlem churches have collectively sold for more than $50 million.

East Williamsburg »

The city announced its plan to allow a private developer to build a new building at the NYCHA site.

Bushwick »

The should open next week, if it receives approval from the city, administrators said.

Upper East Side »

All three townhouses combined would make for a 21,500-square-foot mansion.

Yorkville »

The CVS will open at the corner of Second Avenue in early 2018, a spokeswoman said.

Yorkville »

Plans for the site at 427 E. 90th St. call for a building with 21 units. 

Williamsburg »

The landlord wants to break Videology's lease and evict it, according to a lawsuit.

Yorkville »

An upcoming change to the 421-a tax break has led the developer to trim 35 planned units down to eight.

East Harlem »

The city's affordable housing program this week added 24 more units in East and Central Harlem.

Bushwick »

Andrew Lax  planned to delete his analysis of Bushwick property values after it drew fire online.

Williamsburg »

Ten apartments are up for grabs at 174 North 11th St. 

Greenpoint »

A Polish deli beloved by neighbors for its perogies and goulash may be kicked out in August.