The last phase of the project to replace switches and tracks at 96th Street begins tonight
Joe Tsai, co-founder of the Chinese e-commerce giant, is also buying the Brooklyn Nets
An Assemblywoman called violators of the newly enacted rent laws "disgusting"
The winners get a day-long VIP pass for 10 people
Located an hour north of New York City, the angular three-bedroom home was built as part of a cooperative inspired by Wright’s philosophies on the ideal American community.
The cafes are fighting to stay in their longtime Midtown building
The Academy Award-nominated director and screenwriter has called this Chelsea three-bedroom home for 10 years
Park Avenue will once again be given over to pedestrians for three weekends in August
A new report from the Department of Transportation shows an "unsustainable" increase in congestion in Manhattan
A new StreetEasy report shows how much prices have changed in NYC neighborhoods
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The two-story townhouse is bigger on the inside
The bill aims to crack down on unscrupulous landlords
The saga continues
100 bus shelters across the boroughs will showcase a Public Art Fund series by artist Elle Pérez
The apartments are part of the deal to redevelop the Brooklyn Heights library
A year later, critics argued in court that the city’s rezoning is "illegally adopted"
The city approved additional aspects included in the library’s $317 million master plan
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These are some of the most crucial tenants’ rights every New York City renter should know.
AIANY and city agencies explore how irregular lots can be used for housing in a new exhibition at the Center for Architecture
The owner of 227 Duffield Street filed plans to replace the 19th-century building with a new tower
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Is having a roommate really worth it? Short answer: yes.
A Lower East Side lawmaker demands greater oversight of federally-funded Sandy work at public housing complexes
87 percent of NYCHA apartments faced heat or hot water outages during the winter, new data shows
From the 18th century to today.
The apartment was once home to legendary graphic designer Ivan Chermayeff, who died in 2017.
The 108-year-old lions are getting a much-needed makeover
New Yorkers spend 1.8 percent of their income on public transportation