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Carroll Gardens »

Areas in Northwest Brooklyn and around Prospect Park saw a 24 percent dip in listings, StreetEasy found.

Williamsburg »

Advocates are pushing for reforms to the Loft Law so more tenants can earn coverage.

Flatiron »

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

Central Harlem »

"How dare someone try to rob our culture and try to act as if we were not here," one politician said.

Yorkville »

Rumble has a location in Chelsea and is planning another in NoHo this summer.

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.