The castle is fresh off a 15-month, $12 million restoration.
More reasons to celebrate during Pride Month
The city still plans to open part of the park this summer
The backyard of this duplex apartment has a pergola, manicured garden, and more
Located about 35 minutes from Manhattan by train, this unique hexagonal home by Wright features no right angles and patterned clerestory windows.
Everything you need to know about this weekend’s festivities
The $750,000 will go toward fostering a city network of land trusts
Gov. Andrew Cuomo nominated 18 sites across New York state for historic designation
Moinian Group’s development at 220 11th Avenue gets updated building plans
The controversial project is back at square one
The new buses will be used on local and Select Bus Service routes operating out of the Yukon Bus Depot
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A bill is expected to be voted on this Wednesday
The mezzanine at the Port Authority subway stop could be the first to see a transformation
Preliminary recommendations say those units could be expanded for "all types of work"
The Brooklyn museum will join 33 other Cultural Institutions Groups
The state legislature’s new Democratic majority pushed through landmark tenant protections
The state Senate passed a bill that would prohibit the use of these ads in New York waterways
Governor Cuomo is ‘ready to sign the bills’ that will strengthen tenant protections throughout New York state.
The long-vacant theater will be converted into a 52,000-square-foot retail space
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The historic Midtown building will get 22 apartments and a luxury Aman hotel
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is expected to sign the new laws today
The state bills would cap ceiling heights at 12 feet
Avoid these times of the year for a better chance of snagging your dream apartment
The massive, full-floor unit was never really a unit at all
The rainbow steps will be on display at the Roosevelt Island park for 17 days
"By the time the surge gets here, it’s already too late"
The shelter at the former Park Savoy Hotel will provide housing to 140 homeless individuals
The third episode of Nice Try! travels to postwar suburbia, where homebuyers were sold their own personal utopias.
The legislation could spur a "significantly reconfigured" DOT, says the agency
From the 18th century to today.
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