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Upper East Side »

The space has a loft bedroom and a wood-burning oven, the listing says.

Upper East Side »

The community has been battling developer DDG for nearly a year over its 1558 Third Ave. high-rise plan.

Yorkville »

The eight-story building will house a gymnasium, cafe, squash courts and training rooms.

Bushwick »

The developer scammed investors into paying double what buildings were worth, a lawsuit claims.

Bed-Stuy »

The suspect stole the iPhone of the victim, who's reportedly an editor for Brownstoner, police said.

Morningside Heights »

The Morningside Heights shop selling handmade gifts from around the world saw a dive in sales in 2016.

Yorkville »

Plans for the 235-foot building near York Avenue were filed on April 5.

Upper East Side »

The townhouse, owned by the prominent Wildenstein family, was purchased Monday by a Delaware-based LLC.

Roosevelt Island »

The Blackwell House dates back to 1796 and needs a full interior renovation, according to officials.

Murray Hill »

The tower is slated to rise at 300 E. 41st St., at Second Avenue.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The new project at 80 Flatbush Ave. will also include a cultural facility, offices and retail space.

Downtown Brooklyn »

It's now more expensive to rent retail space in Downtown Brooklyn than in Williamsburg.

Upper East Side »

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

Yorkville »

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