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NYC’s quirky Pumpkin House sells for $2M

The Hudson Heights home has a jack-’o-lantern-esque facade

Gowanus rezoning proposal to be unveiled in February

The plan is expected to morph the gritty, low-rise area into a hot neighborhood of residential towers

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Here’s what $375,000 buys in NYC right now

See what’s for sale in neighborhoods like Yorkville, West Village, and Rego Park

First look at 85 Jay Street’s transformation into massive mixed-use project

One of Dumbo’s last major undeveloped sites will become a 728-unit residential building

Willets Point redevelopment could include soccer stadium, more housing

The city released two task force-recommended scenarios to transform the gritty, industrial land

Sales at Central Park Tower are ‘decent’ says Extell founder

An expanded website gives new looks inside one of the city’s most secretive buildings.

5 open houses in Soho to check out this weekend

Check out studios, duplexes, and authentic lofts.

Government shutdown could curtail New Yorkers’ Section 8 vouchers, other programs

"On the 27th day of the Trump shutdown, I cannot promise we’ll be okay," said the mayor.

Demolition permits filed for modernist Union Carbide Building

It will become the tallest voluntarily demolished building in the city’s history

6 crucial ways New York City’s landscape will change in 2019

What to expect from New York’s transit, parks, megaprojects and more in the coming year.

Q&A: Elizabeth Diller on designing a Hudson Yards high-rise

15 Hudson Yards is Diller Scofidio + Renfro’s first residential skyscraper in NYC

Historic Greenwich Village home with glass-enclosed tea room wants $13.5M

The house dates back to 1848 and comes with eight fireplaces

City to pull permits for Extell’s Upper West Side skyscraper

The DOB gave the developer 15 days to offer reasons why its permit should not be revoked

Harlem church-turned-condo reveals new renderings

The building will offer 29 condos with prices starting around $600,000

Inside 15 Hudson Yards, the NYC megaproject’s first residential tower

The condo tower at Hudson Yards is ready for its close-up

City to kick start Soho, Noho rezoning in February

"The Soho/Noho area has a rich, vibrant history, but we need to fix its zoning to lay the foundation for its future"

NYC financed a record number of affordable homes in 2018

The city created or preserved more than 34,000 affordable homes last year

Roosevelt Island to get fully affordable 21-story rental

The building will offer 340 affordable studios through three-bedrooms.

Cuomo details plans for MTA, congestion pricing, and more in State of the State

The governor outlined how he plans on divvying up his $170 billion spending plan.

Amazon’s HQ2 deal with New York, explained

Everything you need to know about Amazon’s deal with New York

NYC’s record tourism streak continued in 2018 with 65 million visitors

This is the ninth consecutive year that NYC tourism has seen big growth

Is it better to rent or buy in NYC?

There’s no one-size-fits-all answer to the age-old question

5 key takeaways from the MTA’s emergency L train shutdown meeting

MTA board members grilled engineers on Cuomo’s surprise anti-shutdown plan at an emergency meeting

Snøhetta’s new design for 550 Madison Avenue gets broad support from architects

During a two-hour Landmarks Preservation Commission hearing, architects weighed in on the new design

An expert’s guide to renting a New York City apartment

From finding the perfect place to decorating it once you’ve moved in

What $1,750 rents in NYC right now

See what you can get in neighborhoods like Astoria. Murray Hill, and Flatbush

See the old Tappan Zee Bridge come down in a controlled explosion

The old span of the cantilever bridge is gone

Howard Hughes to clean up mercury, gas tank from block-sized Seaport lot

The developer discovered the remnants of a former thermometer factory and an underground tank that leaked petroleum

Bronx’s historic post office building, set for transformation, gets new owners

The building is in contract for more than $70 million.

NYC Ferry will launch service to Staten Island, Coney Island

The ferry service will hit all five boroughs by 2020

NYC speed camera program could get big expansion in 2019

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is adding the speed camera program to the 2019 executive budget

Chrysler Building may soon have Amazon as a tenant

The tech giant is close to inking a deal at the Art Deco landmark, which is now on the market

101 things to love about New York City

A love letter to the five boroughs.

Signal delays snarled subway commutes nearly every day in 2018

230 morning rush hour rides were marred by signal issues last year despite the MTA’s Subway Action Plan

City files $21M suit against brokerage firm for illegal Airbnb listings

The lawsuit accuses the firm of using fake identities and multiple corporate accounts to run an illegal hotel operation.

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Where to find affordable housing in NYC

A comprehensive guide to New York City's affordable housing lotteries.

Brooklyn protestors call for better way to repair BQE

Hundreds of locals packed the Brooklyn Heights Promenade Saturday, panning the city’s controversial plan.

MTA schedules emergency public meeting to discuss Cuomo’s L train shutdown plan

The meeting will be held on Tuesday, January 15

Tappan Zee Bridge demolition set for Tuesday

The cantilever bridge will topple four days later than originally planned.