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Living In: North Stamford, Conn.: Parklike and Convenient
The less densely developed, highest-income section of Connecticut?s third-largest city appeals to those who value city conveniences and amenities but prefer to live in a more natural setting.
Recent Commercial Transactions
Notable properties that have been recently listed for sale, sold or leased in New York City.
The 30-Minute Interview: A Conversation With Ashwin Y. Verma
Mr. Verma, 44, is a founder and the managing partner of Siras Development, which is developing the Hudson Rise Hotel in the Hudson Yards in New York.
Square Feet: Youngstown, Ohio, Reinvents Its Downtown
With new residential and commercial development, the city works to shed its reputation for crime.
New York Real Estate Executive With ?Access to Politicians? Is at Center of Scandals
Charles C. Dorego, general counsel for Glenwood Management, figures prominently in federal criminal complaints against Sheldon Silver and Dean G. Skelos that involve payoffs, graft, fraud and solicitation of bribes.
Ask Real Estate: Keeping a Fire Escape Clear
This week?s topics include rules for keeping fire escapes clear; damage caused by trees; and fines and liens originating from previous owners.
Gentrification Spreads an Upheaval in San Francisco?s Mission District
With the Mission becoming a highly desired neighborhood for Silicon Valley workers, some residents are being pushed out by high housing costs.
What I Love: Kate Betts, Onetime Harper?s Bazaar Editor, at Home
The former fashion-magazine editor is putting her own mark on a long-held family house.
Big Ticket: A Full Floor at One57 for $47.78 Million
The 77th floor aerie sold to a mystery European buyer for $47,782,186.53 and was the city?s most expensive sale of the week.
Exclusive: Clinton Hill Home Designed for an Artist: $8.5 Million
A former union hall that was transformed into a studio/residence/oasis for the artist Jennifer Bartlett is poised to enter the market.
On the Market: Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan
This week?s homes include a Chelsea condo; a Beekman Place co-op; and a Lefferts Manor townhouse.
On the Market: Homes for Sale in New Jersey and on Long Island
This week?s homes include a six-bedroom in Woodbury, N.Y., and a five-bedroom in Millstone, N.J.
Mortgages: The E-Notary Public Is Slow to Catch On
Only one state so far allows the notarization of documents remotely, with signers using a live, two-way video conference.
The Ergonomic Sofa
Unless you shop wisely, home décor can be surprisingly bad for your musculoskeletal health.
The Pain-Free Furniture Checklist
If you follow a few simple guidelines, you can find furniture that gives you the right amount of support.
New York City Water Views for $500,000 or Less
Apartments with a glimpse of H2O in Manhattan, the Bronx, Queens and Brooklyn that aren?t for millionaires.
The Hunt: Harlem, Because Convenience Counts
Erik and Marianne Jansen wanted a Manhattan apartment near restaurants and food stores.
Rough Chic Adds a Glow to Start-Ups
Lighting by Rich Brilliant Willing is featured at the headquarters of Uber, Yelp, Fitbit, Beats, Zazzle and Nest.
Square Feet: Rejecting the Cubicle for an Expanse of Space
Some companies are turning to ?superwide? offices, the horizontal equivalent of a Manhattan high rise, to make employees more productive
International Real Estate: House Hunting in ... Nicaragua
Helped by a lack of recent political turmoil and low prices in the region, Nicaragua is growing as a second-home destination.