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Downtown Brooklyn »

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

Morningside Heights »

That's the rental price differential between the 77th and 68th street stations on the 6 train.

Upper East Side »

Parking tickets for passenger cars were down citywide in 2016, a RentHop study found.

SoHo »

In areas such as Downtown Brooklyn and Harlem, luxury and non-luxury prices are similar, a report found.

East Williamsburg »

The chilliest apartments are concentrated in the west Bronx, central Brooklyn and northern Manhattan.

Bushwick »

Bushwick, home to many warehouse art collectives like one that burned in Oakland, led NYC in violations.

Chelsea »

A new map and graph shows how political donors in each zip code and borough are spending their money.

Union Square »

Everyone knows that living farther away from Manhattan saves you money, but did you know how much?

Bulls Head »

And other things we learned from a study of floral sales data from Flowers.com.

Concourse »

Still, the number of complaints about dog poop has dropped citywide, RentHop found.

East Village »

The new study from RentHop has assessed 311 complaints by population and square mileage. 

Greenwich Village »

Marco Rubio is getting more money in campaign contributions from SoHo residents than Bernie Sanders.

Prospect Heights »

Sidewalks in Prospect Heights were the snowiest after last month's storm, a RentHop study argues

Upper East Side »

Seven of New York's most-ticketed neighborhoods are in Manhattan, a new study has found.

SoHo »

As rental season heats up, real estate experts say be wary about deals that sound too good to be true.