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Open House Agenda: 3 Apartments in New Developments to See This Weekend

Three apartments, located in soon-to-open new developments, are holding open houses for the weekend. 

University Heights »

A new report looks at affordability based on factors such as income, employment and sales price hikes.

Mott Haven »

The application process for affordable apartments at 500 Union Ave. opened on Friday.

Chelsea »

Jamestown will build 80,000 square feet of retail space on the market's lower level, a report said.

Gramercy »

Applications for apartments at 325 E. 25th St. opened on Friday.

SoHo »

In exchange, the developers bought a plot of East Village land for the MTA to park emergency vehicles.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Brookfield's project will include three office towers, a residential building and a two-acre park.

Upper East Side »

DDG needs to resubmit plans for its luxury condo tower, city officials say.

East New York »

The business and artist incubator is planned for a lot on New Lots Avenue and Cleveland Street in 2017.

Inwood »

Eight landlords own the 12 properties in the Bronx, Manhattan and Queens.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The chain has "become serious" about moving into a space inside 5 Manhattan West, Crain's reported.

Lower East Side »

Ben Shaoul will present the plan to Community Board 3's Land Use committee on June 15.

Crown Heights »

Applications for affordable units at 505 St. Marks Ave. will be accepted until July 26.

Bed-Stuy »

Frank Racano, 54, is accused of stealing nearly $600,000 from the estate of a late judge, the DA said.

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