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Midtown »

The Republican presidential nominee grew up in Queens, cut his teeth in Brooklyn and lives in Manhattan.

Civic Center »

Michael Shvo was charged with seven counts of felony tax fraud in Manhattan Supreme Court Thursday. 

Chelsea »

Poet Clement Clarke Moore once owned the home at 444 W. 22nd St., city records show.

Bed-Stuy »

The Serhant Team opens a new office on Tompkins Avenue near Gates Avenue on Sept. 7.

Upper West Side »

Applications open Aug. 31 for 116 affordable units at 10 Freedom Place.

Clinton Hill »

The new building at 501 Myrtle Ave. will include 10 residential units and ground-floor retail.

Concourse »

The borough president met with DNAinfo to discuss development, crime and whether he's running for mayor.

Civic Center »

Tenant screening companies put those who had housing court cases on so-called 'blacklists.'

Fort Greene »

The building at 810 Fulton St. will feature 363 units, 20 of which will be affordable. 

Cobble Hill »

The neighborhood's charm and aesthetic is driving its popularity.

Yorkville »

DNAinfo New York readers said they're afraid the neighborhood is losing its character.


Empire Stores, a former coffee warehouse, is reopening after being vacant since the 1950s.


Kushner Companies will be renovating the former headquarters at 25-30 Columbia Heights.

East Williamsburg »

Sure We Can is hoping 60 million cans, or $3 million will help them buy their East Williamsburg lot. 

Carnegie Hill »

The Landmarks Preservation Commission approved a plan to build on top of 1150 Fifth Ave.