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Westerleigh »

Leo Heinert, named the city's top amateur skateboarder, works as a real estate agent.

Upper West Side »

If you're looking to relocate to a better school district, here's how you should do your research.

Upper West Side »

Broker Mike Mishkin shares his tips for buying, renting and investing on the Upper West Side.

Spuyten Duyvil »

See three affordable properties up in the Bronx, all of which feature a pool on the property.

Bed-Stuy »

The seven-story building will be designed by architect Karl Fischer.

Crown Heights »

116 new units joined the market in the neighborhood in May, according to a real estate report.

Chelsea »

Consider the benefits of a ground floor apartment.    

Upper West Side »

There's plenty of benefits when you choose a back-of-building unit.


Studio prices in the waterfront neighborhood were up 7 percent in April.

Clinton Hill »

The condos were built in the location where the artsy "Broken Angel" house was recently demolished.

Upper East Side »

Spike Lee's East 63rd Street townhouse is listed for $32 million.

Bed-Stuy »

What you can get for $1.45 million: a Chelsea loft, a massive LES co-op or a bespoke Bed-Stuy townhouse.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The average price for a penthouse in the city was $6 million last year, a recent study shows.

Vinegar Hill »

69 Gold St. broke the record of highest sale price for a townhouse in Vinegar Hill, a broker said.

Fort Greene »

The average cost of a two-bedroom in Fort Greene went from $3,678 in January to $4,163 in February.