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East Village hotel next to Merchant’s House Museum rejected by City Council subcommittee

The hotel was in danger of being irreparably damaged by work on a 100-foot hotel next door

Chic Murray Hill co-op with fireplace wants $900K

The prewar pad comes with a Murphy bed and plenty of storage space.

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186-year-old Brooklyn Heights townhouse seeks $11.5M after gut reno

The 19th-century Federal-style home at 59 Middagh Street has been completely transformed

Bronx’s Sheridan Expressway overhaul gets federal approval

The overhaul will include a new pedestrian bridge, a two-way bike path, and new crossings.

MTA will get larger ferry boats for L train shutdown route

The agency is aiming to increase capacity size on ferry boats from 149 to 240 passengers.

26-story condo will rise near the Brooklyn Bridge

The new Dumbo condo will bring 74 apartments to the neighborhood

Hudson Valley enclave seeks artists for affordable apartments

A new housing lottery in Peekskill, an hour north of NYC, offers apartments for under $1,500/month

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Where to find affordable housing in NYC

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

How much for a colorful Greenwich Village co-op with a private terrace?

Pricespotter is Curbed’s weekly pricing guessing game, and this week, we’re looking at this one-bedroom co-op in Greenwich Village. Can you guess the asking price?

Tracking the biggest buildings taking shape at Hudson Yards

Checking in on the ambitious, multi-billion dollar megaproject.

Prewar Upper East Side studio seeks $380K after refreshing revamp

A decent amount of space at a reasonable price.

Anthony Bourdain’s Upper East Side apartment asks $3.7M

The late chef and television personality purchased the apartment for $3.35 million in 2014.

In Times Square, two historic theaters get ready for the spotlight once again

Take a look at the redevelopment plans for the Times Square Theater, and the Palace Theater.

Can money create a neighborhood?

Across the country, developers are building megaplexes meant to attract eager shoppers and savvy diners. Curbed and Eater editors weigh in on the community effects.

The Case Against Hudson Yards Dining

The $20 billion development bodes poorly for the future of eating out in New York

Hudson Yards braces for thousands of new visitors—with limited transit options

Will the current subway and bus system be able to handle the influx of people on Manhattan’s far west side?

South Street Seaport’s Pier 17 will get ice skating rink, winter market

The new additions will be temporary and only go up on Pier 17’s rooftop during the winter months

Stuy Town’s latest affordable housing lottery offers apartments from $1,462/month

The lottery is geared toward middle- and upper-middle-class New Yorkers.

The Curbed guide to the Hudson Valley and the Catskills

Everything you need to plan a weekend getaway

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Architect’s revamped 19th-century Upper East Side mansion seeks $20M

The home dates back to the late 1800s and is a mix of classic and contemporary design.

Bowery’s new citizenM hotel honors 5 Pointz with street art museum

The 300-room hotel is also home to the new Museum of Street Art.

Sunny Crown Heights condo with private roof deck wants $599K

This top-floor condo comes with a 365-square-foot private roof deck that’s perfect for outdoor entertaining.

YouTube star Casey Neistat shows off his muted Manhattan apartment

The filmmaker and his wife have found "suburban zen" in Battery Park City

9 cities with smart ideas to improve transportation

From planning for walkable neighborhoods to autonomous transit, how some U.S. cities plan to upgrade public transit.

Open House New York 2018 sites include 3 WTC, Domino Park

See the hundreds of NYC sites that will open to the public for this weekend-long event

NYC’s drab construction fences will get an artsy upgrade

The city is launching a pilot program to enliven the city’s construction fencing and sidewalk sheds.

How safe are New York’s ubiquitous fire escapes?

New Yorkers often treat these archaic means of egress as their own private balcony, but should they?

19th-century Carroll Gardens school is now a NYC landmark

The adjoining apartment building was also designated a landmark.

NYC home prices have gone up 30% since the 2008 financial crisis

According to a new StreetEasy report, home values have surpassed their pre-recession highs

101 things to love about New York City

A love letter to the five boroughs.

What $1,850 rents in NYC right now

See what $1,850/month gets you in NYC neighborhoods like Bed-Stuy, the East Village, and the Upper East Side.

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Gramercy Park will get a 19-story condo neighbor

CetraRuddy is attached to design the condo, which will bring 52 apartments to the neighborhood

City clashes with community over Upper East Side playground’s future

The Marx Brothers Playground is once again at the center of a debate about what constitutes an NYC Park

Brooklyn recording studio Rare Book Room lists for $4M

The Greenpoint building, where Spoon and Animal Collective recorded, is split into a studio and an apartment

YIMBY in NYC: Open New York’s pro-housing movement

Open New York, the city’s first self-style YIMBY group, advocates for more housing in high-opportunity areas

NYC developers are increasingly making a beeline for the Bronx

In the first half of 2018, the Bronx accounted for 27 percent of newly approved apartments across the city.

Rush hour delays plagued NYC subway nearly every day in August

Signal malfunctions were to blame for most of those commute-ruining delays

Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Squibb Bridge will remain closed indefinitely

The bridge shuttered in July due to a piece of wood that was in poor condition; now it seems the problem is worse.

Paul Manafort’s NYC real estate seized by government as part of plea deal

Donald Trump’s former campaign manager agreed to cooperate with Robert Mueller’s investigation into election meddling