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What $725,000 buys in NYC right now

See what $725,000 can get you in NYC neighborhoods like Park Slope, the West Village, and Jackson Heights.

I.M. Pei, modernist architect, dies at 102

The pioneering Chinese-American architect won a Pritzker Prize in 1983.

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Financial District condo 77 Greenwich launches sales from $1.78M

The 500-foot building is rising on the site of a former Syms discount department store after over a decade in the making.

MTA rejiggers new M14 SBS route after local outcry

Seniors and those with disabilities railed against the MTA’s original plan to cut 22 stops

New York lawmakers seek to ban facial recognition technology in rental buildings

The use of biometric data analysis is becoming a hot-button issue

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16 of the coolest hotel pools in NYC

Some of the city's finest swimming spots can be found at its myriad hotels, though many are open to guests only. But don't let that stop you—a dip in one of these swank pools is worth the hassle of finding a way in.

The TWA Hotel, a spectacular midcentury time capsule, finally opens

Eero Saarinen’s iconic Jet Age terminal at JFK Airport has been transformed into a truly cool hotel

City inks deal for NYC Ferry vessels, despite objections

Comptroller Scott Stringer raised red flags, but the city pushed through the purchase of 16 boats anyway

Penn Station’s new main entrance gets fresh renderings

The new entrance at 33rd Street will bring light into the cramped station

Bill de Blasio is running for president: New Yorkers react

"NYC HATES HIM!"

How Bill de Blasio’s housing record stacks up to his ‘working people’ platform

Housing issues have dogged New York City’s mayor since day one of his administration

26 best things to do in NYC this spring

Curbed New York's editors have chosen the 26 places that you must visit in New York right now—the new classics, old favorites, and other essential sites.

Macy’s will raise a skyscraper atop its Midtown flagship

The enormous retail store could sprout an 800-foot tower

Big reveal: $925K for an airy East Village condo

Did you guess the correct asking price?

Forest Hills is the best NYC neighborhood for first-time buyers: report

A StreetEasy study found that there are still affordable neighborhoods out there

Lavish penthouse with views of City Hall Park asks $25M

The unit is located inside a COOKFOX-designed building

New HUD rule could force NYC families from public housing

"The only thing this proposed rule would do is potentially make another 22,000 to 25,000 families homeless"

Minimalist Park Slope townhouse with light-filled atrium seeks $3.99M

The house itself is spare, but the atrium is a nifty bit of open space

Disability advocates challenge MTA’s station renovations under federal law

The class action suit follows a federal judge’s landmark March ruling in disability advocates favor

Trader Joe’s to open new location in the East Village

The location on Avenue A will be the company’s ninth store in Manhattan

How much for an airy East Village one-bedroom condo?

Can you guess the asking price?

The TWA Hotel opens today: Here’s everything you need to know

How to book a room, what amenities are available, and more

The beginner’s guide to New York City

Everything you need to know about making NYC your home

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Rockaway Beach will fully re-open this summer

A prime stretch of the Queens beach will re-open this summer after a $10.7M effort to replenish its shore

Soho duplex penthouse with private pool asks $9M

The condo is located in the historic Cast Iron District

City announces finalists for Big Ideas for Small Lots design competition

Architects from across the globe submitted plans to build affordable housing on oddly-sized lots

Law & Order’s New York was never real

New York City is a constant character in the long-running series, but it’s a simulacrum of the real thing.

Six historic LGBTQ sites may become NYC landmarks

The Landmarks Preservation Commission has moved to calendar six sites that are pivotal to the city’s LGBTQ history.

The campaign for rent reform in New York, explained

Who’s for reform, who’s against it, and why it matters

City will study how ‘gerrymandered’ zoning lots affect NYC neighborhoods

Politicians aren’t the only people who embrace gerrymandering

What $3,800 rents in NYC right now

Five apartments, five NYC neighborhoods

101 things to love about New York City

A love letter to the five boroughs.

Essex Street Market’s new home opens its doors

Take a look inside the new Essex Street Market, located across the street from the old space

De Blasio blasts Trump Org. buildings as major greenhouse emissions offenders

Under a new law, the Trump Organization will face $2.1M in fines if it doesn’t retrofit their largest NYC properties

Explore 100 years of design at Herman Miller’s new exhibition

The furniture company will be displaying archival materials from Ray and Charles Eames, Alexander Girard, and more at its New York flagship.

Citi Bike’s e-bike fleet won’t return until the fall

The bike-sharing program’s fleet of e-bikes will be grounded for a few more months

An illustrated guide to New York City architecture

From the 18th century to today.

The skylight at the World Trade Center’s $4B Oculus is leaking

The Port Authority is working to repair the ripped rubber seal running down the $32 million skylight

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NYC's best summer outdoor movie screenings

Where to see movies in the great outdoors in New York City.