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For $625K, a Pocket-Size Scandinavian-Inspired Studio in Soho

The space was overhauled by Norwegian model Sophia Lie and is selling furnished.

Why NYC Kids Are Fighting to Bring Back the City’s Summer Jobs Program

The Summer Youth Employment Program, a lifeline for youth across the boroughs, was canceled because of the pandemic.

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New York Housing Courts Reopen to Confusion and Protests

"I feel like I’m on the edge of a cliff, and I’m just waiting for a push to send me over."

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Bungalow Courts Make the Best Neighbors

The 350 that remain in L.A. are some of the city’s most desirable housing.

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Can a Neighborhood Become a Network?

The mutual-aid networks that have defined the COVID-19 pandemic are looking to the long term.

Here’s how NYC plans to keep New Yorkers cool this summer

Spacious cooling centers, misting oases, open hydrants, and more.

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The Porch Puzzle

On the front porch, the desire to be neighborly butts up against the desire to be left alone.

New York’s coronavirus eviction moratorium, explained

The state has partially suspended evictions until summer—here’s what renters need to know in the meantime

Everything You Need To Know About NYC’s Reopening

Here’s what you need to know during the novel coronavirus outbreak in New York City, from mass transit provisions to major closures.

American Museum of Natural History to Remove Racist Theodore Roosevelt Statue

NYC activists have long called for the removal of the monument.

Park-Adjacent Park Slope One-Bedroom With Private Patio Wants $749K

Prewar and modern details merge in the largest apartment of a 10-unit co-op steps from Prospect Park.

This Lawsuit Could Change How NYC Plans Neighborhoods

"If we don’t have planning that is focused on racial equity, it’s essentially complicit in segregation."

Manhattan Apartment Deals Plummet 80 Percent in May

Newly signed contracts nosedived in the borough last month.

Nearly 1 Million NYC Rent-Stabilized Apartments Get Rent Freeze

After three years of increases, the city’s Rent Guidelines Board voted to approve a rent freeze for one-year leases.

Three Best Deals on an Apartment With Private Outdoor Space — All Under $3,000

If you’re dreaming about our own outdoor oasis right now, consider these picks in Greenwich Village, Long Island City, and Midwood.

Homeless New Yorkers in Shelters Face Higher Coronavirus Death Rate

Thousands of New Yorkers sleeping in shelters face a disproportionately high mortality rate during the pandemic, according to a Coalition for the Homeless report.

The Plan to Reopen New York City’s Real-Estate Industry

Here’s how the industry is preparing to bounce back from the coronavirus crisis.

In Prospect Park South, a Six-Bedroom Colonial Revival With Backyard Asks $3.5M

The house combines classic details with a modern kitchen and spacious backyard.

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The Unsurprising Reason More Black Americans Are Becoming Homeless

"If we fix the system for black people, we’ll fix it for everyone."

What $1 Billion of the NYPD’s Budget Could Do for Housing

Investing in NYCHA and permanent affordable housing for low-income New Yorkers are just some of the suggestions.

NYC parks foresee financial losses at a time when we need them the most

Several New York City parks expect to lose millions of dollars in funding for upkeep and maintenance.

Did New York City just give up on public transit?

The city’s battered subway system deserves a more equitable vision for its future.

‘Health or Their Home’: The Risks of Housing Court During a Pandemic

Tenant advocates fear coronavirus could spread in cramped housing court.

‘I’m trying not to drown’: Small landlords want relief too

"We’re the ones unclogging the toilet. We’re the ones shoveling the snow."

Riverdale Estate With Veranda and Views of the Hudson River Wants $5M

The 10,000-square-foot home preserves its old-world aesthetic.

What NYC could do with its $6 billion police budget

Part of that money could go towards youth programs, housing, and homeless service, advocates say.

‘I have no power’: The New York renters who aren’t protected from eviction

Not all New York renters are protected under the extended eviction moratorium.

NYC immigrants fear losing their homes during the pandemic

Immigrants live in some of NYC’s worst-hit neighborhoods. Now they’re struggling to pay rent.

Restored Renaissance Revival townhouse in Prospect-Lefferts Garden asks $2.95M

The ornate house has a ton of period details.

What NYC renters need to know during the coronavirus pandemic

Your questions about renting during the coronavirus pandemic, answered.

Under the Brooklyn Bridge, new parkland takes shape

The plaza takes design cues from the historic structure above it.

NYC’s overnight subway shutdown, explained

The MTA has suspended overnight subway service. Here’s what you need to know.

Rent cuts and lease slumps: Is now the time to land a deal on a NYC apartment?

New York City rents are beginning to fall two months into a pandemic.

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How to help your NYC neighbors during the coronavirus pandemic

Looking to get involved? Here are NYC organizations in need of volunteers or donations during the COVID-19 pandemic.

When the NYC subway is your home—and you’re evicted every night

Hundreds of homeless individuals are now escorted out of the subways every night, but for many, the shelters offer no respite.

NYC is opening 12 more miles of open streets—from Fort Greene to Flushing

The city is halfway to its goal of 40 miles of streets for May

Ditmas Park six-bedroom with grassy, suburban yard asks $2.4 million

The 3,339-square-foot house features a large landscaped backyard with wood fencing and several seating areas.

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What does a good megadevelopment look like?

Considering the future of megaprojects—and the future of New York City—through the lens of Sunnyside Yard

The best Zoom backgrounds for New York City fanatics?

Bring a little New York City to your next video call with these virtual backgrounds.

New York extends halt on evictions, but tenants still ‘at great risk’

Tenants cannot be legally evicted in New York until August 20.

Nearly a million New York City apartments could get a rent freeze

In a preliminary vote, the Rent Guidelines Board voted to approve a rent freeze on one-year leases.