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Ask Real Estate: Security Cameras, Restrictions on Renting Condos
Surveillance in hallways and through peepholes, and restrictions on renting out condos are this week?s subjects.
Exclusive: $29 Million at the Eldorado on Central Park West
A duplex penthouse with four terraces perched in one of the majestic twin towers of the Eldorado co-op on Central Park West is poised to enter the market.
On the Market: Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan
This weeks properties include co-ops in Carnegie Hill, on the Upper East Side and in Brooklyn Heights.
On the Market: Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey
This week?s properties include a five-bedroom house in Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., and a three-bedroom condo in Weehawken, N.J.
Big Ticket: $33 Million Penthouse on Central Park West
A fully renovated, nine-room home near the top of the Trump International Hotel and Tower on Central Park West was the sale of the week.
Mortgages: Mortgage Shopping and Credit Scores
The notion that a flurry of credit inquiries from mortgage lenders will lower a borrower?s score is a common misconception.
What I Love: At Home With the Director of the Museum of the Fashion Institute of Technology
Valerie Steele, the director of the Museum of the Fashion Institute of Technology, lives with her husband, John S. Major, in a Chelsea loft.
Friends Who Choose to Live in the Same Building
Creating a neighborhood within a single New York City building is not always easy, frequently requiring a healthy dose of serendipity.
Over-the-Top Amenities: Sweating the Details
Developers of super-luxury apartments in New York are redefining the meaning of ?amenity.? Once it was a steam room. Now it?s a hamam.
Currents: Furniture: A Bed With Joinery Exposed
Aaron Poritz?s new bed design reveals how it?s held together, something traditional techniques seek to hide.
Currents: Decor: At CB2, What You Need for Small Space Living
The collection of furniture, lighting, textiles and accessories was designed by students from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Long Lines, and Odds, for New York?s Subsidized Housing Lotteries
Amid record-high demand for affordable housing in New York City, the odds of securing a unit have become daunting.
The Hunt: In Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn, One Roof for Two Households
Two sisters and their husbands discovered that an equally split two-family house can be difficult to come by. They bought a place in Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn.
In the Garden: Planting a Clock That Tracks Hours by Flowers
The idea of a garden that blooms like clockwork has been around for centuries. But how well does it work?
On Location: Coming Full Circle
A Texan moves back into his family home, but not before making room for his boyhood hobby.
Shopping With Joe Carroll: What Makes a Good Bottle Opener?
In preparation for the Super Bowl, a search for bottle openers.
Market Ready: I Don?t Want to Spend Much on Window Treatments. What Are the Most Appealing Options?
Try buying premade curtain panels and hanging them from a track rather than a rod.
Q&A: Rebecca Louise Law on Her Installation at the Viacom Building in Times Square
Rebecca Louise Law?s art installations are constructed from cut flowers, often threaded on wire and suspended overhead.
Currents: Furniture: At Design Within Reach, a Bed With Joinery Exposed
Aaron Poritz?s bed for Design Within Reach reveals how it?s held together, something traditional techniques seek to hide.
International Real Estate: Real Estate in Australia
The housing market in Victoria is recovering from the global financial crisis, in part because of stimulus measures from the state government and a strengthening economy.