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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.

Civic Center »

Protesters shut down a second public meeting called to discuss a 1,147-unit apartment complex. 

Bushwick »

Jake Berman will now be credited for the mural currently painted on the side of an MTA-themed building.

Brooklyn Heights »

The zoning of the building at 69 Adams St. allows for development of a new luxury residential tower.

Bushwick »

The MTA won't need to use eminent domain to get 60 residents and three businesses to leave.

Brooklyn Heights »

An 11-story residential building with 97 units at 97 Columbia Heights is now up for sale.

East Harlem »

The man spent the money on credit card payments and country club memberships. 


It’s more expensive to own property in DUMBO than in neighborhoods like the Upper East Side.

Williamsburg »

Affordable apartments are opening up in a new building on the corner of Meeker and Manhattan avenues.

Clinton Hill »

St. Mary's Episcopal Church plans to demolish its parish hall and construct a 16-story building.