Some longtime residents of Striver's Row in Harlem, historically an enclave for African-American elite, are worried that something neighborly is being lost as buyers bid up home prices. continue reading
The normal summertime surge in demand for high-end apartments in Hong Kong's top neighborhoods was weak again this year as companies changed the way they pay for housing for their expatriate employees and the finance sector continued to struggle. continue reading
The real-estate crash taught high-end developers of private communities a lesson: To attract upscale buyers, invest heavily in the clubhouse. Now, they're loaded with amenities—for members only. continue reading
The one-lane 149th Street Bridge in the Murray Hill section of Flushing, Queens, has been closed for more than four years, which the area's mostly Korean businesses say has resulted in costly revenue losses. continue reading
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