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A New Dimension in Home Buying: Virtual Reality
The technology is expected to transform the real estate industry, and, many say, make house-hunting more efficient.
Moving to Jersey City? Join the Club.
It?s a short hop from New York, and at the moment, it?s still less expensive.
Exclusive 22 Gramercy Park South: Half a Townhouse on Gramercy Park
An impeccably designed four-bedroom triplex condominium in a 26-foot-wide mansion overlooking the park enters the market for $16.25 million.
The Hunt: Room for the Dog on the Upper East Side
Emilie Gossiaux wanted to rent an apartment in a quiet neighborhood near to her job at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
International Real Estate: House Hunting in ... France
A favorable exchange rate, low interest rates and a drop in property prices are making real estate in France an attractive investment for foreigners.
What You Get: $1,300,000 Homes in Connecticut, Iowa and Pennsylvania
This week?s properties include a 1796 house in Connecticut and contemporaries in Iowa and Pennsylvania.
Living In: Long Island City: Fast-Growing, With Great Views
Just a few years ago the Queens neighborhood was mostly filled with industrial buildings; today it?s a pleasant place to live, with large luxury towers rising in the neighborhood.
Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York City.
The 30-Minute Interview: A Conversation with A. Alexander Lari
Mr. Lari, 72, is the Iranian-born founder and chief executive of the Claremont Group, a New York-based family development business.
New York?s New High-End Rentals
A slew of high-end, high-profile rental buildings are poised to open across Manhattan and Brooklyn this year, adding units at a pace not seen in years.
Square Feet: New Asbury Park Hotel May Signal a Long-Awaited Revival
The Asbury, a boutique hotel scheduled to open in May, follows a string of attempts at revitalizing the New Jersey resort city.
Preservationists Worry About the Future of 2 Manhattan Spaces
Several groups are concerned about the possible demolition of the Ambassador Grill and Lounge and the lobby of the One UN New York hotel, both designed by the architect Kevin Roche.
The Appraisal: Larchmont Takes a Breather From Building
A developer?s plan to tear down a grand old home and build four in its place helped inspire the village in Westchester County to press pause on new construction.
Jehovah?s Witnesses? Brooklyn Headquarters for Sale
The sale of the group?s headquarters, along with two other properties owned by the Witnesses, has the potential to bring in $1 billion.
Ask Real Estate: When a Contractor Does Harm
This week?s subjects include liability for a contractor?s damage in common areas of a condo; falling snow; and complaints of rent-regulated tenants.
What You Get: $1,100,000 Homes in Seattle, Massachusetts, and Texas
A view of mountains in Hancock, Mass., a midcentury modern in Seattle, and a ranch house in Fort Worth.
Big Ticket: Central Park West Co-op Sold for $35.3 Million
A BlackRock founder sold his meticulously renovated co-op apartment at 101 Central Park West.
Luxury Condos on Brooklyn?s Fourth Avenue
Sales are about to begin at the Baltic, an 11-story condominium rising on the corner of Baltic Street and Fourth Avenue in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
On the Market: Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan
This week?s properties are in Midtown South, on the Upper East Side and in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn.
On the Market: Homes for Sale in New York and Connecticut
This week?s homes include a five-bedroom in Weston, Conn., and a four-bedroom in Ossining, N.Y.