Signs point to maybe.
The university's world-domination plot is wearing on its employees.
Rents are back up to pre-recession levels.
The Cain Train pulls into station.
Insert your favorite "X grows in Brooklyn" metaphor here.
The library "will focus on information, not printed books."
And apartments are taking longer to sell.
A new study has some uplifting, and depressing, results.
"I started on the premisis of getting all the natives together who grew up in New York City," says its founder.
The Empire State Building is losing its splendid isolation, part of a crop of ungainly monoliths that will soon make up Manhattan's skyline.
Is Manhattan poised for a skyscraper boom?
The current number of first-time home auctions in Manhattan is down 25 percent from this quarter last year, and down 55 percent from the most recent quarter.
And the results are amazing.
The island of Manhattan is encircled by a layer of subcutaneous fat.
Sales of Manhattan homes have plunged, according to reports released today.
Now's the time to buy! Except, oh, your nest egg is worth nothing now.
The British party girl has made a new home across the pond — but just short of the East River.
Critic Paul Goldberger takes a look at the most expensive co-op in Manhattan.
The rich are still buying, though — there just might not be enough trophy apartments to go around.