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Downtown Brooklyn »

StreetEasy is facing competition from upstarts and a new service from the Real Estate Board of New York.

Flatiron »

Asking rents on the avenue between 14th and 23rd streets increased by 18 percent, the study says.

Midtown East »

The group protested the Real Estate Board of New York meeting for undermining city affordable housing.

TriBeCa »

A new pay-to-play tool for brokers on StreetEasy has some asking whether you really need a broker.

Upper West Side »

A new agreement for the state's 421-a tax plan could cost the city $2.4 billion a year, advocates say.

Williamsburg »

Without the tax break it's difficult to build any new rental housing in the city, developers said.

Mott Haven »

Overall, the average sales prices for the city was $981,000, the Real Estate Board of New York found.

Upper West Side »

Airbnb vowed to fight a law against advertising illegal short-term rentals signed into law on Friday.

Cobble Hill »

A new real estate report says Williamsburg remains home to the borough's most pricey retail rents.

Downtown Brooklyn »

A tumultuous 2016 is shaking brokers' confidence, the Real Estate Board of New York found.

Sunnyside »

REBNY and the Building Trades failed to reach an agreement to include a provision for prevailing wages.

Kingsbridge »

An Independent Budget Office report found prevailing wage rules for 421-a projects could cost $2.8B.

West Harlem »

Airbnb has been talking with landlords about possible revenue-sharing models.

Bed-Stuy »

The neighborhood saw the most home sale activity in the borough with 190 transactions.

Williamsburg »

Bedford Avenue is home to Brooklyn's priciest asking retail rents, the Real Estate Board of NY found.