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TF Cornerstone reveals renderings for Pacific Park mixed-users, public park

The two buildings, designed by Handel Architects, will have some 800 apartments between them

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The best holiday markets in NYC

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

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The Subway Food Vendor Crackdown in NYC, Explained

Selling churros on the B train should not count as crime

What $5,000 rents in NYC right now

See what $5,000 rents in NYC neighborhoods like Greenwich Village, Upper East Side, and Brooklyn Heights.

Evictions are on the decline in NYC—but not in the Bronx

Plus, Mayor de Blasio finally rode the 14th Street busway—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup

Hudson River Park’s Pier 97 will transform into ‘otherworldly’ green space

The $38 million revamp is the latest upgrade at the West Side waterfront park.

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New York’s best public art installations this season

Get outside to check out some of the best art in New York City.

Brooklyn Botanic Garden unveils sculptural path with scenic vista

The new overlook is the latest in a series of renovations to modernize the garden.

Elegant Greenwich Village co-op with wood-burning fireplace wants $795K

The one-bedroom apartment has hardwood floors and exposed brick.

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The 30 best things to do in New York City with kids

We’ve rounded up the very best spots for families looking to explore everything NYC has to offer.

NYC is home to 10 of the country’s priciest zip codes

One Brooklyn zip code even broke into the country’s 100 most expensive

The Curbed New York moving guide

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

Stunning Prospect Park South townhouse with historic details wants $3M

The home has a roof terrace and a ton of old-world details.

Nobody wants to buy Trump’s childhood home

Plus, what’s happening with NYC’s congestion pricing plan—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup

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Where to find affordable housing in NYC

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

In Chelsea, a sleek and minimalist studio for under $500K

The apartment has hardwood floors and a walk-in closet.

What would a Green New Deal for NYCHA look like?

Sorely needed maintenance, energy retrofits, climate proofing, and good quality jobs for residents, for starters

The state of Long Island City real estate, one year after Amazon

Plus, the MTA’s $249M spend on police officers—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup.

Former Queens hospital gets green light for major mixed-use redevelopment

The massive Far Rockaway project will take 15 years to build.

What $475,000 buys in NYC right now

See what $475,000 buys in NYC neighborhoods like Bushwick, Upper East Side, and Jackson Heights.

East Side flood protection plan passes City Council, but legal challenge looms

Local opponents plan to sue against the city’s plan in the coming weeks.

Hart Island will become publicly accessible parkland

The City Council passed a package of bills to make the island more accessible.

TWA Hotel will open new ‘Runway Rink’ for ice skating

"We’re creating the Rockefeller Center of Queens," the hotel developers say.

5 NYC real estate takeaways from broker Robert Khederian

Co-ops vs. condos, using social media to sell real estate, and more intel from a real estate agent

Exploring Staten Island’s hidden North Shore Branch, eyed for a new bus line

The MTA wants to build a new bus rapid transit line through a forgotten stretch of the Staten Island coastline

Facebook leases 1.5M square feet in Hudson Yards

The tech giant will lease space at three of the megaproject’s buildings.

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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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Developing Long Island City’s waterfront a year after Amazon

Plus, the Charging Bull may not move after all—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup.

First look inside the Waldorf Astoria’s condo conversion

The iconic hotel’s transformation is due to wrap up by 2021

Staten Island’s borough-wide dockless bike share pilot to roll out next spring

The city has chosen a U.K.-based provider to lead the bike share program in the borough next year.

First look at Disney’s SOM-designed Hudson Square HQ

The massive media conglomerate will partner with SOM on a 1.2 million-square-foot headquarters in lower Manhattan.

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101 things to love about New York City

A love letter to the five boroughs.

Barry Diller’s floating Hudson River park is now ‘Little Island’

The undulating park was designed to mimic a leaf floating on water.

For $725K, a Hell’s Kitchen studio with private roof terrace

The apartment has plenty of old-world details.

Lin-Manuel Miranda-backed Drama Book Shop has an opening date

Plus, a 220 Central Park South apartment sells for $64 million—and more intel in today’s New York Minute news roundup.

A guide to OMNY, the MTA’s new MetroCard-replacing fare system

The tap-to-pay technology will expand to 48 new stations by the end of December.

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The homeownership obsession

How buying homes became a part of the American dream—and also a nightmare.

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The suburbs issue

As our suburbs become more like cities, they have one foot in the past and one in the future.

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Flood protection plan for East River waterfront heads to full City Council vote

The $1.45 billion plan is expected to pass the Council on Thursday.