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Ask Real Estate: A Plumbing Problem: Sludge in the Bathtub
Fixing a pipe, qualifying for tax abatement, and installing smoke detectors.
On the Market: Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan
This week?s properties are in the East Village; in Greenwich Village; and in Park Slope Brooklyn.
Big Ticket: Lauren Bacall?s Dakota Apartment Sold for $21 Million
The grand three-bedroom at the landmark Upper West Side co-op building was the sale of the week.
On the Market: Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey
This week?s properties include a five-bedroom in Holmdel, N.J., and a six-bedroom in Sea Cliff, N.Y.
An Alley Entrance for a NoHo Condo
Great Jones Alley, between Broadway and Lafayette Street, will assume a more rarefied role when it becomes the exclusive entrance for a 12-story condominium.
Mortgages: HUD Homes at Half Price
A little-known program allows police officers, teachers, firefighters and emergency medical technicians to buy certain homes for half price. But financing comes with some strings attached.
What I Love: Broadway?s Sierra Boggess at Home
The actress Sierra Boggess, a star of ?School of Rock,? lives on the Upper West Side.
Square Feet: Fewer Golfers, but Some Lush Courses Are Coming Back
The National Golf Foundation says there are four million fewer golfers than a decade ago. Yet at some communities, homes can go for $5 million.
Our Year of Living Airbnb
David Roberts and his wife, Elaine Kuok, couldn?t decide where to live in New York. So they decided to move to a different neighborhood every month for a year.
The Hunt: In Murray Hill, the ?Aha!? Apartment
Emily Beals, a nursing student, wanted a studio apartment in Manhattan.
International Real Estate: House Hunting in ... Milan
The city is known worldwide as a leader in fashion and design, yet there are few foreign buyers. Hundreds of glamorous new high-rise apartments may change this.
What You Get: $800,000 Homes in Chicago, New Orleans and Pennsylvania
This week?s properties include a condo in Chicago, a cottage in New Orleans and an old farmhouse in Kirkwood, Pa.
Living In: Putting Down Roots in West Hempstead, N.Y.
Home buyers and renters, particularly those from pricey areas of Brooklyn and Queens, are finding value and varied housing stock in the area.
Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York City.
The 30-Minute Interview: A Conversation With Barry Rice
Mr. Rice, 60, is the founder of Barry Rice Architects, based in New York. Before that, Mr. Rice spent 13 years at Robert A.M. Stern Architects.
The Appraisal: Bricklaying, a Nearly Lost Art, Makes a Comeback in Luxury Buildings
The development firm DDG has a way with masonry that is at once contemporary and recalls the earliest days of cities.
Ask Real Estate: When the Noisy Neighbor is a Church
All-day church music; a neighboring house in disrepair; and limits on reverse mortgages.
An Ancient Stream Under a Manhattan Building Leads to a Dispute
The question of whether an ancient subterranean stream still flows is feeding opposition to a property owner?s home renovation plans on an Upper West Side block.
What I Love: Daisy Prince on Her Greenwich Village Apartment
The editor of Avenue magazine lives within view of the Washington Square Park arch.
New Rentals Steps From St. John the Divine
Finishing touches are being made to the Enclave at the Cathedral, a 15-story, 430-unit rental complex at 400 West 113th Street.