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The best holiday markets in NYC

For a truly unique shopping experience, head to one of these holiday markets.

Columbia University plans 34-story residential tower in Harlem

The tower will "reduce demand on the local housing market," say university reps.

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NYC will finally fix Riverside Park’s persistent flooding problems

The Olmsted-designed park’s drainage system dates back to the 1930s.

Alluring Bed-Stuy condo with backyard oasis asks $925K

The apartment has large windows and 11-foot ceilings.

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These mayors pledged to reduce emissions. Why are they widening highways?

Some Climate Mayors make big promises on the international stage, but expand fossil-fuel infrastructure at home.

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New York's most iconic Art Deco buildings, mapped

From the Financial District to the Bronx, 15 Art Deco structures not to miss.

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10 NYC tenants’ rights your landlord doesn’t want you to know

These are some of the most crucial tenants’ rights every New York City renter should know.

What $775,000 buys in NYC right now

See what $775,000 buys in NYC neighborhoods like Flatiron, Hell’s Kitchen, and Bedford-Stuyvesant.

Facebook eyes even more Midtown office space

Plus, who benefits from the city’s LinkNYC kiosks? And more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup.

NYC’s trash cans are about to get lighter and sleeker

The Department of Sanitation has chosen the winner of a competition to reimagine the city’s litter baskets.

Thomas Heatherwick’s High Line condo unveils lobby

The supports of the High Line are incorporated into the space.

One developer wants to create ‘the most sustainable block in Downtown Brooklyn’

Alloy Development is pursuing forward-thinking sustainability measures for its project at 80 Flatbush Avenue

Cozy co-op studio in Hell’s Kitchen wants $425K

It comes with a renovated bathroom and kitchen.

Williamsburg tops StreetEasy’s list of neighborhoods to watch in 2020

The north Brooklyn neighborhood’s real estate has rebounded from the L train slump in a major way.

Famed Lincoln Center sculpture won’t return after $550M renovation

Plus, fans of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel can soon take a bus tour through the show’s Manhattan locations—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup.

How NYC rezonings spur ‘racialized displacement’ throughout the city

Housing advocates and pols are pushing for a racial impact study for city rezonings.

The Curbed New York moving guide

Everything you need to know to make the city your home.

Reimagined POPS at 550 Madison Avenue will be ‘sensory retreat’

Developers have unveiled renderings of the Snøhetta-designed public garden.

Long-promised Fort Greene cultural center finally makes progress

The 50,000-square-foot center will house several Brooklyn cultural institutions.

Why the census has always been controversial in New York City

Who counts? It has the power to determine our future.

Can cargo bike deliveries help ease NYC’s congestion woes?

A new pilot program will replace some truck deliveries with ones by pedal-assist electric cargo bikes.

Why does scaffolding cover some NYC buildings for more than a decade?

Plus, the Empire State Building is the number one destination that tourists take Uber to—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup.

Quirky, colorful Greenwich Village studio wants $595K

It has pop art prints hanging on the wall, and other colorful details.

Vote for NYC’s best building of 2019!

Which building was your favorite this year?

Hudson Square corridor to transform into ‘grand boulevard’

The revamp will extend sidewalks and roll out new bike lanes.

Stately Greek Revival townhouse in Greenwich Village wants $11.9M

The house has eight fireplaces and a ton of old-world details.

Long-stalled ‘Gowanus Green’ development will feature nearly 1,000 new apartments

The canal-adjacent project is more than a decade in the making.

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Where to find affordable housing in NYC

A comprehensive guide to New York City's affordable housing lotteries.

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26 best things to do in NYC this winter

Curbed New York's editors have chosen the 26 places that you must visit in New York right now—the new classics, old favorites, and other essential sites.

How much to tip your building staff this holiday season

‘Tis the season New Yorkers unfurl their wallets in the spirit of giving—be it to donate or buy gifts for their loved ones—and while they may be sure-footed in that spending, they stumble when it comes to how much to tip the building staff.

NYC begins process to ban jails from Rikers Island

The City Planning Commission certified a plan on Monday to remap the island as a "public place"

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The beginner’s guide to New York City

Everything you need to know about making it in the big city

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What $2,000 rents in NYC right now

See what $2,000 rents in NYC neighborhoods like Harlem, Bed-Stuy, and Astoria.

Decrepit NYCHA playgrounds await repairs with no firm timeline

Plus, Newark is suing New York City over a homeless relocation program, and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup.

Lincoln Center’s David Geffen Hall renovation will finally move forward

After years of planning and mishaps, plans to renovate the New York Philharmonic’s home will finally come to fruition.

E-scooter legalization stalls in New York, but New Jersey offers roadmap

What can NYC learn from Hoboken’s e-scooter program?

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101 things to love about New York City

A love letter to the five boroughs.

Empire State Building completes $165M revamp with new observatory

The new 80th floor observatory concludes a four-year renovation at NYC’s most iconic skyscraper.

New York City braces for up to four inches of snow

Plus, the real estate industry regroups after a rough year, and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup.

NYC’s 10 most important buildings of the past decade

These buildings defined the decade in New York City.

Take a ride on a vintage subway train this holiday season

The nostalgia rides will take you back to the 1930s.