clock menu more-arrow no yes

A renovation 47 years in the making—and a mother-son dream team

For under $500K, a cozy Upper West Side studio with a sleeping alcove

The spacious studio is part of an elevator co-op building on West 70th Street

Harassment on NYC public transportation means women spend more than men

A survey by NYU’s Rudin Center for Transportation found disparities in the cost of getting around NYC for men and women

Latest Stories

Site of Bed-Stuy’s former Slave Theater is for sale

The site, along with two adjacent lots, are going for $38 million.

Anthony Bourdain’s Final ‘Parts Unknown’ Was a Love Letter to 1980s East Village

The late TV host’s last episode showed off old New York

From Vox Media

We're building great things, and we need your talent.

Brooklyn developer Hello Living sets sights its on Inwood

This site was once in the news for a heated rezoning battle over a proposed 17-story residential tower

NYC targets Midtown’s Atelier condo for illegal short-term rentals

The city has issued violations to 20 apartments owners within the 46-story building

Chase’s new Midtown HQ could be a supertall with new Metro-North access

The banking giant seeks to modify the required public space in its new, Foster + Partners-designed building

Amazon HQ2 may bypass City Council to settle in Long Island City

Gov. Andrew Cuomo may opt for a general project plan to avoid the city’s traditional review process.

Big reveal: $899K for a Boerum Hill co-op with 2 wood-burning fireplaces

Yesterday, we challenged you to guess the asking price of this two-bedroom co-op in Boerum Hill. Today, we reveal the correct amount and the commenter that reigned supreme.

  • Map

Mapping Williamsburg’s unstoppable development boom

There are nearly two dozen projects in various stages of development in the neighborhood right now

  • Map

The best ice skating rinks in New York City

Ice-skating season will be here before you know it—here’s where to practice those pirouettes in NYC.

Everything you need to know about NYC’s Veterans Day parade

The annual commemoration of military vets will march up Fifth Avenue on Sunday, November 11.

How a Brooklyn school district is integrating—with the help of urban planners

District 15—which includes Park Slope, Sunset Park, and Boerum Hill—has a new integration plan going into effect for Fall 2019 sixth graders.

Here’s what $500K buys around NYC right now

See what you can get in neighborhoods like Lenox Hill, Prospect Heights, and Harlem

NYC’s most endangered buildings

These structures may not be around much longer

5 open houses in Murray Hill to check out this weekend

Check out apartments asking from $355,000 to $1.9 million.

How much for a Boerum Hill co-op with 2 wood-burning fireplaces?

The two-bedroom, one-bathroom home is part of a red brick townhouse

New York Transit Museum’s vintage subway trains will return for the holidays

Holiday Nostalgia Rides will return for the season on Sunday, November 25.

City will allow Brooklyn’s iconic Watchtower sign to be replaced

After a back-and-forth battle between property owners and the Department of Buildings, a new sign will soon be installed.

As Industry City gears up for rezoning, locals question who will benefit

A rezoning proposal seeks to create 1.3 million square feet of new commercial and industrial space

Google eyeing West Village’s St. John’s Terminal for expansion

The search engine company is reportedly planning to buy or lease within the redeveloped building.

NYC basement apartments up for debate at City Council hearing

An East New York pilot program will be up for discussion at a City Council hearing on Tuesday.

Uber co-founder Travis Kalanick buys $40M penthouse at Renzo Piano’s NYC condo

The penthouse sold for more than $4 million less than its asking price.

NYC’s rent laws poised for major reform after midterm elections

Tenants’ rights advocates made reforming NYC’s rent laws a major issue in the midterm elections

Tribeca’s historic Staple Street skybridge returns for $35M

The unusual home is back with a $15 million price cut.

Know your legislators: a guide to NYC’s elected officials

Wondering who your representatives are—from the state to the city level? Here’s a primer, complete with quick and easy ways to get in touch with them.

Sunny Clinton Hill co-op with lovely arches asks $765K

The two-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op is part of a four-story building on Clinton Avenue

Get a glimpse at what NYC homes looked like in the 1940s

The NYC Municipal Archives have added 720,000 newly digitized photos to its online collection.

Amazon’s Long Island City HQ2 could be part of Anable Basin megaproject

Plaxall Realty is looking to rezone a 15-acre waterfront site in Long Island City, and Amazon could set up shop there

NYC’s ballot measures all receive decisive approval

Campaign finance reform, civic engagement, and community board term limits were on the table

First look at Lord & Taylor building’s Bjarke Ingels-designed revamp

The iconic store will close its Fifth Avenue location after 104 years to make way for the shared workspace company.

The Curbed guide to the Hudson Valley and the Catskills

Everything you need to plan a weekend getaway

View All Stories

Everything you need to know about New York’s midterm elections

When to register to vote, how to find your polling place, and more information about the November 6 general election.

For $215K, a cozy Jackson Heights studio with a balcony

The light-filled apartment spans 450 square feet.

101 things to love about New York City

A love letter to the five boroughs.

Everything you need to know about the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

Routes, street closures, and other important information.

Is Long Island City ready for Amazon’s HQ2?

Amazon is reportedly close to finalizing a deal to bring its HQ2, now split among two cities, to Queens—but what would this mean for Long Island City?

What $5,000 rents in NYC right now

See what you can get in neighborhoods like Tribeca, Cobble Hill, and Chelsea.

First look at the latest condo coming to Brooklyn’s Fourth Avenue

The 12-story condo will bring 19 full and half-floor residences to the neighborhood.

212 Fifth Avenue’s lavish penthouse returns with $11M price cut

The triplex penthouse first came on the market for $68.5 million back in 2016.

Will Staten Island’s North Shore revitalization succeed without the wheel?

On the heels of the wheel’s demise, local stakeholders predict what’s next