Park Slope »

Amenities include a market, affordable housing, fitness center and storage for 154 bikes, filings show.

Lower East Side »

If approved, the amendment would subject new developments to an intensive land review procedure.

Chelsea »

The improv group has been searching for an ADA-compliant performance space, it said in a statement. 

Brownsville »

Our Lady of Loreto church has been demolished, after years of efforts by preservationists to save it.

Red Hook »

New townhouses in the area boosted the median sale to $1.92 million, Property Shark found.

Astoria »

Lawyers representing 12 tenants say the landlords cut off WiFi and other services to the building.

Williamsburg »

The Rabsky Group built three buildings that are not accessible to people in wheelchairs, the suit says.

East Village »

The mayor said the city wants to buy the derelict former P.S. 64 building on East Ninth Street.

Civic Center »

The Public Advocate would like to offer temporary housing, free MetroCards and job outreach.

East Village »

Uluç Ülgen's landlord was not happy with the podcaster's free-for-all, off-the-cuff interviews.

Long Island City »

The School Construction Authority will take public comment on the proposed school sites until Nov. 9.

Park Slope »

Sales prices jumped 7.5 percent in Brooklyn and 10 percent in Queens, an Elliman report found.

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