Suddenly, they’re all over Brooklyn and Queens—shiny black and blue mopeds. In May, scooter-sharing startup Revel dropped 1,000 bikes on the streets. Decals on the mopeds invite anyone to download the
A Williamsburg townhouse that the listing describes as “a home like no other”—mostly because of its stunning private pool—has just listed, asking $3.65 million. The 3,822-square-foot house has three stories,
When Nasrin Vossoughian bought a three-bedroom condominium at Schaefer Landing, a residential project built on the site of a former brewery, she knew change was coming to gritty South Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
New York City is known for its high prices and its wealthy residents, and that's in large part due to the city's booming job market. New York City has the world's largest urban economy, reported Steve
I get notifications on my phone whenever I use my bank card and this week, while undertaking a mini-audit, I noted that I was doing something that apparently leads to financial ruin. The other morning,
Lawmakers in New York City are going to great lengths to ensure pedestrians keep their heads out of their phones while doing the dangerous deed of crossing the street. Last week, State Senator John Liu
Orthodox Jewish communities in Brooklyn grappling with a measles outbreak say they are now dealing with a second scourge: fear, profiling and antisemitism inspired by the outbreak. Incidents have piled