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NYC’s best hidden parks and secret gardens, mapped

MTA service changes will hammer 1, 2, and 3 lines starting this weekend

The last phase of the project to replace switches and tracks at 96th Street begins tonight

Alibaba billionaire buys Barclays Center for $700M: reports

Joe Tsai, co-founder of the Chinese e-commerce giant, is also buying the Brooklyn Nets

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State lawmakers promise ‘heavy penalties’ for landlords who violate rent laws

An Assemblywoman called violators of the newly enacted rent laws "disgusting"

Coney Island’s Luna Park wants you to help name its three new rides

The winners get a day-long VIP pass for 10 people

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Usonian house in planned Frank Lloyd Wright community asks $810K

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.

Sheldon Solow seeks to boot Kosher delis for Billionaires’ Row project

The cafes are fighting to stay in their longtime Midtown building

What $1.5M buys in NYC right now

See what $1.5M buys in NYC neighborhoods like Harlem, Battery Park City, and East Village

‘Taxi Driver’ screenwriter Paul Schrader lists sleek Chelsea condo for $3.25M

The Academy Award-nominated director and screenwriter has called this Chelsea three-bedroom home for 10 years

Summer Streets returns this weekend—here’s what you need to know

Park Avenue will once again be given over to pedestrians for three weekends in August

New York City’s streets are ‘more congested than ever’: report

A new report from the Department of Transportation shows an "unsustainable" increase in congestion in Manhattan

What does the future hold for Broadway Junction?

City officials unveiled a vision to reinvigorate the Brooklyn transit hub

Upper West Side tower tops out amid legal feud

The building has risen to 52 stories as a legal battle against it wages

Apple searching for massive NYC office space

The tech giant joins Amazon and Facebook in its hunt for more space in the city

On the Lower East Side, home prices have doubled since 2015

A new StreetEasy report shows how much prices have changed in NYC neighborhoods

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A guide to NYC's major rental-finding websites

Looking for a new apartment? Bookmark these sites (or download these apps) to stay on top of what’s new to the market.

In Crown Heights, contemporary brick townhouse with huge backyard wants $1.35M

The two-story townhouse is bigger on the inside

City seeks to crack down on ‘bad landlords’ who abuse vacate orders

The bill aims to crack down on unscrupulous landlords

Stalled 14th Street busway hit with another lawsuit

The saga continues

How to get tickets to the Empire State Building

Everything you need to know about visiting the iconic skyscraper

NYC bus shelters become mini-museums as photo exhibit debuts

100 bus shelters across the boroughs will showcase a Public Art Fund series by artist Elle Pérez

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Inside New York City’s best homes

From a converted factory in Gowanus to a designer’s own apartment on the Upper East Side

In Clinton Hill, 114 middle-income rentals hit the city’s housing lottery

The apartments are part of the deal to redevelop the Brooklyn Heights library

Inwood rezoning opponents take their battle to court

A year later, critics argued in court that the city’s rezoning is "illegally adopted"

New York Public Library’s main branch revamp continues to inch forward

The city approved additional aspects included in the library’s $317 million master plan

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The beginner’s guide to New York City

Everything you need to know about making NYC your home

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10 NYC tenants’ rights your landlord doesn’t want you to know

These are some of the most crucial tenants’ rights every New York City renter should know.

Can small, vacant lots alleviate NYC’s housing crisis?

AIANY and city agencies explore how irregular lots can be used for housing in a new exhibition at the Center for Architecture

What $2,400 rents in NYC right now

See what $2,400 rents in NYC neighborhoods like Crown Heights, Flatbush, and Mott Haven

Downtown Brooklyn building with abolitionist movement ties may become 13-story tower

The owner of 227 Duffield Street filed plans to replace the 19th-century building with a new tower

8 best vacation rentals in the Hudson Valley and Catskills

Planning a weekend getaway? Check out these lovely places to stay

You can now find Lime bikes in NYC in Google Maps

Lime’s dockless bikes (and e-scooters, if you’re in New Jersey) will now show up in Google Maps

This is how much having a roommate can save you in NYC

Is having a roommate really worth it? Short answer: yes.

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101 things to love about New York City

A love letter to the five boroughs.

NYCHA blasted for ‘string of failures’ with post-Sandy repairs on the LES

A Lower East Side lawmaker demands greater oversight of federally-funded Sandy work at public housing complexes

Most NYCHA developments suffered heat and hot water losses this winter

87 percent of NYCHA apartments faced heat or hot water outages during the winter, new data shows

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An illustrated guide to New York City architecture

From the 18th century to today.

A design legend’s Upper East Side penthouse wants $2.6M

The apartment was once home to legendary graphic designer Ivan Chermayeff, who died in 2017.

NYPL’s beloved lions will roar to life with $250K restoration

The 108-year-old lions are getting a much-needed makeover

MTA should look to wealthy New Yorkers to help its funding woes: report

New Yorkers spend 1.8 percent of their income on public transportation

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Judge hits brakes on 14th Street busway—again

The last-minute appeal blocks the busway from launching on Monday