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MTA plans comprehensive overhaul of Queens bus network

Buses in the borough are 3 percent slower since 2015, according to an MTA statement

Noguchi Museum plans major expansion in Long Island City

The Queens institution, which is dedicated to the life and work of Isamu Noguchi, will become more accessible to visitors

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Midcentury gem with floating wraparound terrace asks $2M

At 5,000 square feet, the home features a 20-foot atrium, wall-to-wall windows, and access to the outdoors from every bedroom.

How much for an Upper West Side 1BR with a terrace?

Can you guess the asking price of this apartment?

Brooklyn’s tallest skyscraper tops out at 720 feet

Extell’s Brooklyn Point will briefly hold the title of the borough’s tallest tower

Vacant Queens subway storefronts may be filled by street vendors

A pilot program will provide a space for street vendors inside empty subway station retail spaces

Amendment to close zoning loophole ‘misses the point wildly,’ says city council committee

"I feel that we have gotten lost in technicality and are losing sight of the big picture here," one Council member said

Long-delayed development at NYCHA site pulled after 14 years

Residents and local officials invested in the future of Harborview say they had no idea NYCHA had called the development off

Marc Jacobs lists understated West Village townhouse for $16M

The designer transformed a raw space in the Superior Ink complex

In Greenwich Village, new residential buildings to replace low-rise storefronts

Two residential buildings—six and seven stories high—will replace the existing one-floor structures at the neighborhood’s historic district

The L train shutdown, explained

Everything you need to know about the 15-month closure of service between Brooklyn and Manhattan.

New York City’s AI task force stalls

Nearly one year after its founding, the Automated Decision Systems Task Force hasn’t even agreed on the definition of an automated decision system

What $3,000 rents in NYC right now

See what $3,000/month rents in NYC neighborhoods like Dumbo, Chelsea, and Astoria

NYCHA will X-ray for lead paint at 135,000 apartments

The city aims to test up to 7,000 apartments per month to reach its 2020 deadline

The beginner’s guide to New York City

Everything you need to know about making NYC your home

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Upper West Side’s landmarked Kleeberg Residence wants $25M

The 18,052-square-foot mansion has been on and off the market since 2012

First look inside Alloy Development’s 168 Plymouth in Dumbo

The project is one of the last loft conversions in the neighborhood

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Best bird-watching spots in New York City

Thousands of birds are flocking to the city as they journey north this spring

Jeff Bezos reportedly scopes out 220 Central Park South condos

The Amazon founder reportedly scoped out full-floor condos in the Billionaires’ Row building

New Museum files plans for Rem Koolhaas-designed addition

The addition will replace an existing building next door to the museum

Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Squibb Bridge replacement gets fresh renderings

The embattled pedestrian pathway will be replaced in its entirety by 2020

Citi Bike pulls its pedal-assist e-bikes over safety concerns

The company says the removal of e-bikes from NYC streets is "out of an abundance of caution"

101 things to love about New York City

A love letter to the five boroughs.

Bronx Commons launches housing lottery for 288 affordable apartments

The apartments are available to a wide range of income bands

7 scenic NYC-area hikes you can get to using public transit

Get out of town and into nature by visiting one of these hiking spots near New York City—all of which are easily accessible without a car.

New affordable housing development coming to the Bronx’s Jerome Avenue

The Doe Fund will develop the 15-story building with 255 affordable apartments

Book a ‘Game of Thrones’-inspired suite at this Midtown hotel

The Refinery Hotel’s "Lannister’s Lair" includes fur throws and ‘Game of Thrones’-inspired dishes

City’s $500M commitment to affordable senior housing questioned

Mayor Bill de Blasio promised $500M to build low-income housing for seniors on city-owned land last June

What $875,000 buys in NYC right now

See what you can buy in New York neighborhoods like the East Village, Fort Greene, and the Upper East Side.

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The best record stores in NYC, mapped

For all your crate-digging needs.

Tribeca penthouse with wraparound terrace, outdoor hot tub wants $20M

The condo is one of three penthouses at the Sterling Mason and has the largest terrace in the building

Elizabeth Street Garden redevelopment one step closer to city approval

The City Planning Commission unanimously approved the controversial redevelopment

The best NYC-area day trips for architecture lovers

Some of the best architecture in the area can be found outside of New York City

An illustrated guide to New York City architecture

From the 18th century to today.

Everything you need to know about NYC’s Easter Parade

Bring your best hat to Fifth Avenue for the festivities.

Take a look inside Ikea’s new Manhattan store

The Swedish home goods giant will open the doors to its Ikea Planning Studio on April 15

Big reveal: $940K for a charming, renovated West Village co-op

Did you guess the correct asking price?

Beloved Supermarket Wegmans Set to Open First NYC Location This Fall

The East Coast grocery chain is opening within Admiral’s Row at the Brooklyn Navy Yard

State legislators pass bill to increase tenant protections against unscrupulous landlords

Landlords who harass tenants could face up to four years in prison under the new laws