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Fort Greene »

Fort Greene was named the city's second "hottest" neighborhood to live in next year.

Upper East Side »

There's a lot going on in the neighborhood but these stories are ones to keep track of in the new year.

DUMBO »

The investment firm has already spent hundreds of millions on other DUMBO properties. 

Astoria »

Whether you've lived in New York for two years or 20, your rent has probably gone up.

Upper East Side »

Residents have filed a challenge against DDG's plans for a 521-foot-tall tower on Third Avenue.

Vinegar Hill »

The owner of a parking lot at 251 Front St. wants to rezone the property and build apartments.

Clinton Hill »

The landlord has filed to evict the Greene Hill Food Co-op from its space at 18 Putnam Ave.

Bushwick »

The Rabsky Group will get to build a larger building in exchange for 100 subsidized apartments.

Upper East Side »

The beauty chain is moving to East 86th Street, according to real estate company Cushman & Wakefield.

Morningside Heights »

Real estate data shows the neighborhood's best deals are found near the 125th Street station.

Clinton Hill »

The lottery for 29 affordable units at 504 Myrtle Ave. opened Friday.

Brooklyn Heights »

The most affordable properties in Brooklyn Heights start at $575,000, according to NeighborhoodX.

Red Hook »

The white population is up an estimated 320 percent since 2000, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

Upper East Side »

Experts say they've seen a substantial increase in rent along Second Avenue in the past five years.