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Only 3,000 of De Blasio's 20,000 Affordable Housing Units Are Permanent
Only 3,000 of De Blasio's 20,000 Affordable Housing Units Are Permanent

The majority of the 20,000 affordable housing units created in 2015 will turn into market rate. Read More...

De Blasio Held Weekly Meetings on Homeless While Publicly Denying Problem
De Blasio Held Weekly Meetings on Homeless While Publicly Denying Problem

The mayor met with top officials as he faced criticism this summer about homelessness. Read More...

Robert Durst's Wife Trying to Oust Us With Building Renovation, Tenants Say
Robert Durst's Wife Trying to Oust Us With Building Renovation, Tenants Say

Longtime residents accused the landlord of creating unsafe living conditions to drive them out. Read More...

37 Halloween Events For Kids and Teens in the City
37 Halloween Events For Kids and Teens in the City

There's oodles of things to do to celebrate the spookiest time of year. Read More...

PHOTOS: Your Best Black-and-White Shots from Instagram
PHOTOS: Your Best Black-and-White Shots from Instagram

We rounded up some of the best black-and-white Instagram photos from around the city. Read More...

Horse Patrol Ending in Lower East Side's 'Hell Square'
Horse Patrol Ending in Lower East Side's 'Hell Square'

A new police unit will take over patrolling a bar-saturated area of the Lower East Side. Read More...

Honking From Queensboro Bridge Makes Sleepless Nights the Norm: Residents
Honking From Queensboro Bridge Makes Sleepless Nights the Norm: Residents

The problem seems to stem from the timing of traffic lights in the area, residents said. Read More...

 

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