Proposed East Harlem mixed-use development may contain city’s tallest building with affordable housing
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Proposed East Harlem mixed-use development may contain city’s tallest building with affordable housing

Looking to take advantage of the newly opened Second Avenue Subway stop at 96th Street,…

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Art Nerd New York’s top event picks for 2/9-2/15
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Art Nerd New York’s top event picks for 2/9-2/15

In a city where hundreds of interesting events occur each week, it can be hard…

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VIDEO: How a man lives and works in a 78-square-foot Hell’s Kitchen ‘studio’
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VIDEO: How a man lives and works in a 78-square-foot Hell’s Kitchen ‘studio’

The going rate for a Hell’s Kitchen studio is upwards of $2,000/month, but when now…

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‘Freedom Ticket’ will offer a transit discount to those in outer Queens and Brooklyn
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‘Freedom Ticket’ will offer a transit discount to those in outer Queens and Brooklyn

New Yorkers living in the outer reaches of Brooklyn and Queens may soon find some relief…

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$399K for an adorable Bay Ridge co-op with plenty of potential and space to spare
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$399K for an adorable Bay Ridge co-op with plenty of potential and space to spare

We sometimes see a floor plan that makes this much sense, but not often. This…

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Jazz up the joint with this Hamptons hideaway
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Jazz up the joint with this Hamptons hideaway

A Hamptons beach house that once belonged to legendary jazz pianist/composer Richard “Dick” Hyma

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This UES pad wants $14M in cash
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This UES pad wants $14M in cash

Nicolas Salgo was a Hungarian immigrant financier, art collector and developer who built the Waterga

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Trendy city neighborhoods see rents plummet
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Trendy city neighborhoods see rents plummet

Sky-high Big Apple rents have ­finally hit the ceiling. Some of the city’s hottest neighborhoods

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Chinatown slowly losing its charm — and its restaurants
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Chinatown slowly losing its charm — and its restaurants

The Year of the Rooster could be a wake-up call that Chinatown is steadily, if…

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Ty Burrell Is Moving Right by the Dunphy House
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Ty Burrell Is Moving Right by the Dunphy House

He paid over $4.2 million for the four-bedroom abode Ty Burrell Is Moving Right by…

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