Lower East Side »

Housing attorneys are threatening to take the Department of City Planning to court.

Crown Heights »

The nine-story building will replace an empty lot at Pacific Street, permits filed this week show.

Lower East Side »

A worker got a penthouse apartment in Knickerbocker Village without proper documentation, auditors said.

Gowanus »

Ballplayers once played on the Con Edison land that went on to house a pit full of toxic sludge.  

Midtown South »

The city is no longer considering the Kaskel & Kaskel building as a landmark, officials said.

Astoria »

The 6,800-square-foot building, formerly Club Purlieu, will be turned into five or six retail stores.

Jamaica »

Eighty-eight apartments are available at 92-61 165th St. through the city's affordable housing lottery.

Long Island City »

Some residents are campaigning to have the city-owned waterfront land turned into public park space.

Carnegie Hill »

The combination of two townhouses will form single-family home on East 92nd Street, plans show.

Jackson Heights »

The restaurant opened off of Roosevelt Avenue in 2014 after decades operating out of a cart.

Brooklyn Heights »

Brooklyn Heights tenants paying market rates say they are entitled to rent-stabilization status.

East Harlem »

Median rents rose 3.9 percent a year since 2010, while wages rose 1.8 percent a year, StreetEasy found.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Public Advocate Letitia James published the ten largest lenders to the "Worst Landlords" list.

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