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New York City Has Highest Number Of Available Rental Apartments In A DecadeAccording to published reports, there were more than 67,000 units available in July across the city.
Long Island Experiencing Housing BoomThere's a housing boom on Long Island. Now that realtors no longer have to show homes virtually, buyers and sellers are rushing back into the market; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
New York Extends Moratorium On EvictionsGov. Andrew Cuomo has extended the pause for some tenants facing eviction during the pandemic until Oct. 1.
Interest In Buying, Renting Homes In NYC Suburbs Spikes Amid Coronavirus PandemicAs many city dwellers ride out the coronavirus pandemic in their apartments, there's a sudden rush on real estate in the suburbs; CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports.
Living Large: See Judy Judy's Former Central Park Pad In The Sherry Netherland HotelThe spacious apartment on the 11th floor overlooking the park from Fifth Avenue and 59th Street can be yours for just $11.75 million. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Living Large: 2 Luxury Apartment Available At The PierreA pair of apartments represent the ultimate in luxury on their own, and together offer potential for truly palatial living. CBSN New York's Natalie Duddridge takes the tour for this week's Living Large.
Demanding Answers: Politicians Accused Of Breaking Promise About Drug Treatment Center Next To SchoolSteps away from an elementary school where children play, Upper East Side residents fear a facility for drug users will soon open. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
The List: The Best Neighborhoods For Buyers This SpringThe first day of spring is just two weeks away, and in New York, it's traditionally the kick-off to house-hunting season. StreetEasy Economist Nancy Wu joins CBSN New York's Ali Bauman with their latest list of top neighborhoods for buyers this spring.
Living Large: Piece Of History In Park SlopeAs the Brooklyn real estate boom continues with new construction, it’s still often the historic homes that have a real “wow” factor. CBSN New York’s Natalie Duddridge toured one of these special properties in Park Slope for this week’s Living Large.
Living Large: Piece Of Park Slope HistoryThere's a lot of new construction going up in Brooklyn, but the borough is also home to some of our most historic homes. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge tours one of these special properties in Park Slope for this week's Living Large.
Living Large: Historic Connecticut HomeIn this week's Living Large, a sprawling estate in the heart of Greenwich, Connecticut has the look and feel of a European manor. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge got a tour of the unique historical property.
Court Upholds $6.7 Million Award For 5Pointz ArtistsDeveloper Jerry Wolkoff asked the artists in 2002 to convert the dilapidated warehouses in Long Island City, Queens. The project became known as “5Pointz” and became a tourist attraction. CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.
Living Large: Experience Full-Service Luxury Living At Apartment Inside Iconic Manhattan HotelAn iconic Manhattan hotel is also home to a number of choice apartments for full-service luxury living. It happens to have a very famous former owner. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge has a tour of one of the high-style residencies there for this week's Living Large.
Living Large: Hotel Once Home To Judge JudyAn iconic New York hotel is also home to a number of choice apartments for full service luxury living. CBSN New York's Natalie Duddridge takes the tour.
Judge Rules UWS High-Rise Must Tear Down 20 Stories Off Top Of BuildingCommunity groups are claiming a victory in a building battle on the Upper West Side, after a judge ordered developers to take down several floors from a nearly completed high rise on Amsterdam Avenue. CBS2's Kevin Rincon reports.
Judge Rules Manhattan High-Rise Must Tear Down 20 Stories Off Top Of BuildingA judge has ordered developers to take down several floors from a nearly-completed high rise on Amsterdam Avenue. CBSN New York's Kevin Rincon reports.
Developers May Have To Remove Several Floors Of UWS BuildingA judge has ordered developers to take down several floors from a nearly completed high rise on Amsterdam Avenue. Opponents of the project argue the developer used a zoning loophole, cobbling together rights from several lots to create an oversized tower.
Judge Blocks NYS's Broker Fee BanA state ruling saying that tenants don't have to pay broker fees for new apartments is on hold this morning. CBSN New York's Reena Roy reports.
Living Large: Monastery Turned Modern TownhouseLike many New York City neighborhoods once known for their gritty edge, Hell's Kitchen is seeing a real estate renaissance. As CBS2's Natalie Duddridge finds out, looks can be deceiving and you never know what's behind that old door.
Judge Puts Hold On Broker Fee BanA state ruling saying that tenants don't have to pay broker fees for new apartments is on hold this morning. CBS2's Reena Roy reports.
NYS Judge Temporarily Blocks Ban On Broker's FeesThe temporary restraining order was issued after real estate groups filed a lawsuit against New York State. CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.
Brownstone Facade Collapses In ChelseaPolice have blocked off the sidewalk in front of 355 West 20th Street as investigators try to figure out what caused an ornate cornice to come crashing down. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Real Estate Board Suing Over NY's Broker Fee LawThe Real Estate Board of New York is expected to file a lawsuit against the Department of State, challenging a new rule banning tenants from having to pay broker fees to realtors hired by landlords on rental units.
Family Discovers Their Long Island Land Became 'Practically Worthless' After Decades-Old Zoning ChangeA family that bought a piece of land 70 years ago in Shirley, N.Y., have paid taxes for decades, thinking they were investing in a property that could one day provide them with income from its sale. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.

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