Low inventory and apprehensive landlords squeeze the city’s rental market.
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The home has plenty of old-world details.
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The co-op in the landmarked building has 16-foot-high ceilings
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But two lawsuits have been filed to stop the affordable housing project from happening
The landmarked building’s penthouse at 240 Centre Street is back on the market
The debate over the future of the open space—garden or affordable housing—is now in the City Council’s hands
The City Planning Commission unanimously approved the controversial redevelopment
Supporters of the garden and those who’d prefer to see affordable housing on the site faced off
Opposition to plans to tear down the Nolita garden and build housing argue that the project is unlawful
The two-bedroom apartment in a Roman and Williams-designed building comes with a large and lovely terrace.
Manhattan’s borough president threw her support behind the redevelopment
The beloved independent bookstore will also open two new New York outposts.
The development team behind the contested project is "disappointed but unsurprised"
Park advocates want to keep the unique green space, while affordable housing champions say it’s needed for low-income seniors
The beloved indie bookstore might not be moving
From Essex Crossing to Two Bridges, 20+ developments creating a new Lower East Side landscape.
The bookshop is shutting down its Prince Street home after 14 years of business
The couple picked up the 2,600-square-foot penthouse in the same building that they owned a one-bedroom condo.
The nonprofit has put out a host of new renderings that present an alternate plan for the garden’s future.
The city is hoping to bring back the community garden in the form of 7,600 square feet of green space at the development.
The seven-story building is now ever so close to the finish line.
Every detail in the two-bedroom home was carefully chosen, and is meant to evoke a "gracious prewar feel with an innovative twist."
Its past tenants include an artist, a Victoria’s Secret model, and a member of the Strokes.
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The apartment is chock-full of contemporary art.
Once on the market for $31.5 million, this three-bedroom apartment overlooking Houston Street has found a renter willing to shell out $70,000 per month.
Once a graffiti-covered artists’ haven, the Nolita icon will soon be home to a fashion emporium that will run a pop-up through 2018.
The Mindy Project creator worked with One Kings Lane on a midcentury-inspired pad with colorful accents.
The small apartment, asking $550,000, has lots of nooks and crannies along with cute finishing touches.
Maybe the seventh time’s the charm for this apartment, which occupies the enormous former gymnasium in the onetime NYPD headquarters.
The two-bedroom, two and a half bathroom apartment is in contract for $6.1 million.
Originally listed for $66 million, the over-the-top penthouse has since gotten a small price chop—but little else about the listing has changed.
The rock ‘n’ roll icon’s design firm is behind 75 Kenmare’s interiors
The museum will shutdown for two years and be part of a new 12-story apartment building