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Making Room for Rentals in Lincoln Square
Several new rental towers will bring nearly 2,000 apartments to the area by 2016.
Exclusive: Opulent River House Duplex for $14,750,000
A duplex in the south tower of the River House, the opulent Art Deco enclave perched above the East River, is poised to enter the market at $14.75 million.
Big Ticket: Central Park Vistas for $21.39 Million
A three-bedroom condo near the pinnacle of the south tower at the Time Warner Center is the sale of the week.
Streetscapes: An Early New York City Skyscraper Remembered
The Mail & Express Building, built in 1892, was not the tallest, biggest or first skyscraper, but it was certainly the lightest, the most refined.
Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan
This week?s properties include a TriBeCa loft, and one-bedroom apartments in Kips Bay and Park Slope.
Homes for Sale in New Jersey and Long Island
This week?s properties include five-bedroom homes in Ridgewood, N.J., and Garden City, N.Y.
Big Deal: Pieds-à-Terre Owners Dominate Some New York Buildings
The Census Bureau tracks vacancy rates to find out who lives in Manhattan full time.
In New York's Luxury Apartments, Amenities Are Costly Add-Ons
You can spend tens of millions on a high-end condo, but don?t forget to budget for a place to store your skis or house your children?s au pair.
Mortgages: Cheaper to Buy Than to Rent
New Trulia research finds homeownership less expensive than renting in the largest metropolitan areas, but the advantage narrows when F.H.A. loans are used.
Related Companies Buys a 50 Percent Stake in CORE Residential Brokerage
The Related Companies, one of New York?s most prolific developers, makes its first foray into brokerage services with a 50 percent stake in CORE.
The Hunt: A Chelsea Apartment With a Bedroom for Baby
Mark Hannon and Sarah Briegel found a stair-free home with a bedroom for their baby in Chelsea.
The Appraisal: New Manhattan Tower Is Now the Tallest, if Not the Fairest, of Them All
The newest addition to the skyline, 432 Park Avenue, is seen as both a work of art and a status symbol.
No Picket Fence: Younger Adults Opting to Rent
Those in their 20s and 30s, who often cannot afford or do not want a mortgage, are looking for appealing rental housing, and developers are responding.
On Location: Gallatin, N.Y.: A Midcentury Bungalow Is Transformed With Glass Walls, Kilims and Caged Light Bulbs
Described as a ?ranch burger,? the house in Columbia County was remade to order.
Q&A: An Interview with Craig Dykers of Snohetta
Craig Dykers of the architecture firm Snohetta on his melting pot of projects, including designing Norway?s currency.
Shopping With Matthew Carter: Dining Room Chairs You Can Mix and Match
Your seats don?t have to match. They just have to allow you to tuck into a meal.
Road Test: Review: McIntosh Headphones for Audiophiles
At $2000, McIntosh?s new headphones are aimed not at hipsters but at serious audiophiles.
Currents: Textiles: Les Indiennes Introduces Its New Textile Collection
With their burnt oranges and dusty olives, fabrics from Les Indiennes complement the season.
Currents: Walls: Wall Art Made from Feathers
Feathered wall hangings inspired by Native American craft add texture to a room.
Open Source: Ken Fulk Restores a Historic House in Sonoma for Three Sticks Wines
A vintage adobe in Sonoma is transformed into a haven for wine lovers.
In the Garden: Apple Picking Season Is Here. Don't You Want More Than a McIntosh?
Dan Bussey has tracked down 17,000 varieties dating from Colonial times, the better to guarantee a world way beyond Red Delicious.
Home Organization Advice from Marie Kondo
The advice of a Japanese organization expert boils down to two rules: Discard everything that does not ?spark joy? and do not buy organizing equipment.
Special Section: Wealth: Home as a Piggy Bank? Not Everywhere
Building wealth through home equity doesn?t have the gloss it used to, but some areas are still promising.
International Real Estate: Real Estate in Denmark
Real estate has remained stable in Aarhus, Denmark?s second-largest city, in part because of a large university population and diverse job market.
Property Values: Homes for Sale in California, Arizona and New Hampshire
This week?s properties include a Georgian farmhouse in New Hampshire, a home with an orchard in Arizona and a midcentury modern in Pasadena.