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Ray Alvarez was attacked in front of his iconic NYC candy store around 3 a.m. on Tuesday.
In a tight real estate market, even social media stars who earn six figures are finding it hard to land an apartment in the Big Apple.
Ray's Candy store owner Ray Alvarez has manned his shop daily since opening in 1974.
New study found that affordable housing across the nation is increasingly inaccessible, especially to those working minimum wage jobs.
While the housing market has slightly cooled, many renters are still priced out of America's most expensive places.
San Francisco has the most billionaire residents of any city, and New York has the most millionaires. See what other cities made the list.
Due to Covid and its residual impact, New York state, as well as the rest of the country, saw dramatic declines in life expectancy in the first year of the pandemic.
Finding quality housing in New York has never been easy. Now, it's harder — and more expensive — than ever.
Average monthly rent breaks $5,000 in Manhattan for the first time in history.
The 'Pret Index' is real.
People have campaigned to remove the statue for two decades.
Rental price reductions and landlord incentives have lured people back to the Big Apple. Here's what it means for the city.
The City Artist Corps will pay artists, musicians, and performers to create public works across the city.
Users will pay $15 for 25 Mbps internet and $20 for broadband over 200 Mbps.