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Midtown East »

The United Nations Apartment Hotel could be replaced by a new 3-story building, city records show.

Morningside Heights »

Rents have soared nearly 80 percent in the neighborhood, according to StreetEasy.

Midtown »

Units at the 45-story building start at $3,208 for a studio.

Times Square & Theater District »

Nearly 1.5 million New Yorkers lived in 272,533 crowded dwellings in 2013.

Greenpoint »

These three one-bedroom condos have lots of building perks.  

Upper West Side »

Amelia Gewirtz is a singer and songwriter, as well as a top residential real estate broker.

Williamsburg »

The 19 units are part of a new, seven-story building at 223 N. Eighth St.

Upper East Side »

The new facility is planned to have office space, classrooms and housing.

Bed-Stuy »

Even less desirable neighborhoods in New York would be the most expensive places to live elsewhere.

Lincoln Square »

To afford 2015's median rent in NYC, you need to earn more than four times the state's minimum wage.

TriBeCa »

When Swift bought Peter Jackson's Tribeca penthouse, she kicked Ian McKellen out, the actor says.

Midtown »

Josh Duggar; the female libido pill; Queen Bey's silence; NYC's real estate future.

Yorkville »

Gristedes will close if the sale goes through, according to the grocery chain's CEO John Catsimatidis.

Yorkville »

The Rose Modern will feature a communal exhibition kitchen, a business center and a fitness studio.

Bed-Stuy »

While the number of transactions did not increase, the value of sales saw a significant uptick.