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Currents | Open: Quirky Kikkerland Opens Its First Retail Store
Kikkerland?s 1,000-square-foot space in the West Village will sell its colorful accessories.
On the Market in the Region
Properties include a six-bedroom home in Purchase, N.Y., with a guest cottage on 2.7 acres, and a 1940 brick house with three bedrooms in River Edge, N.J.
Small Brokerages Hold Their Own
For a stubborn, fiercely independent coterie of small real estate brokerages, success is measured in repeat clients, laserlike focus and resilience.
Big Ticket: Vintage-Modern Fusion for $43 Million
A loft mansion in TriBeCa, crowned with a triplex penthouse and retail space on the ground floor, fetches one of the higher prices for a downtown residence.
Debriefing: An Author?s Legwork: 6,000 Miles on New York Streets
William B. Helmreich, armed with a pedometer and a tape recorder, explored a ?city with 120,000 blocks? and came out with ?The New York Nobody Knows.?
On the Market in New York City
A penthouse in Murray Hill, a one-bedroom on the Upper East Side and a two-bedroom in a prewar Brooklyn building.
Streetscapes: East River Views, Boat Parking, Bar on Premises
The Campanile, like the more famous River House, came complete with yacht club.
Mortgages: The Downside to F.H.A. Loans
F.H.A.-backed loans cater to first-time buyers because they require as little as 3.5 percent down, but insurance premiums are high.
Ask Real Estate: Three Neighbor Problems
Co-op renovations ruffle feathers; a hoarder draws concern and vermin; and throbbing bass brings headaches and stress.
Property Values: What You Get for... $875,000
This week?s homes include an adobe-style house in Arizona, a Georgian house in Virginia, and a contemporary in Vermont.
On Location | Upper West Side: Alan Wanzenberg: A New View on Life
Seventeen years after losing his partner in a plane crash, an architect starts over.
Shopping With Chris Hereghty: Cookie Cutters: Santa?s Little Helpers
Tools for making holiday cookies both whimsical and dramatic.
Currents | Q+A: Reassessing an Uproar in Architecture
An exhibition called ?Adolf Loos: Our Contemporary? examines the enigmatic architect?s enduring influence.
Currents | Deals: Sales at Judy Ross Textiles, Two?s Company and Others
Bargains on pillows, furniture and rugs.
Currents | Furniture: Classics From Midcentury Given a Second Chance
Vintage pieces repaired and resold by Stanley Furniture in North Carolina.
Currents | Goods: Pretty, but Where?s the Kandinsky?
Madeline Weinrib remains true to the spirit, if not the letter, of the Russian artist.
Currents | Tiles: Patterns With Stories to Tell
Bisazza introduces new motifs by the Milanese designer Paola Navone.
Currents | Rooms: In Miami, a House Comes to Visit
An entire Jean Prouvé house was packed into crates and shipped to Design Miami for display.
The Pragmatist: If a Tree Falls in the Den ...
Experts weigh in on the yearly struggle to choose, fell and subdue the Christmas tree.
Property Values: What You Get for... $725,000
This week?s properties include a house on the water in Maryland, a Greek Revival in Maine and a log house in Colorado.
International Real Estate: House Hunting in ... Rio de Janeiro
A market that has been ?extremely profitable for the last five years? has recently stabilized, and there is less speculation.
The Hunt: In Crown Heights, a Victory Over Sharp Elbows
Adam Fleming and Julia Sommer searched for a rowhouse in Brooklyn.
Nonprofits With Sought-After Buildings Take Advantage of a Hot Market
United Cerebral Palsy of New York City is selling its Gramercy Park headquarters for $135 million and is following a trend of nonprofits moving from owning a building to leasing space.
Recent Commercial Real Estate
Notable properties that have been recently listed for sale, sold or leased.
The 30-Minute Interview: Richard L. Podos
Mr. Podos is the president and chief executive of Lance Capital, a company based in New York that provides funding for commercial real estate tenant improvement projects.