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Affordable housing bastion races to secure $190 million loan before Trump inauguration.

Two new towers will flank the High Line, where values are sky high.

New buyers announce they’ll turn landmark into hotel and condos.

Dealer closes shop after building suffers damage from work next door.

Chelsea bombing underscores the value – and risks – of ubiquitous surveillance cameras.

Condo board sues NPR star Ira Glass over bed bugs and rodents in his apartment.

Real estate values soar near the green ribbon on the West Side.

Alteration agreements sometimes lead to strange demands by boards.

Chelsea project responds to “softening” market with $17 million apartments.

A Chelsea art gallery is the latest to give way to a condo developer.

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