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Debriefing: The How-on-Earth Garden
David Kelly, the garden designer, has taken on some unusually challenging landscaping projects.
The Appraisal: Builders and Brewers Look to Tap Into Brooklyn?s Beer Heritage
In the 20th century, Brooklyn breweries dominated the industry. Now, developers are paying tribute to the borough?s heritage, and new breweries are seeking to revive its stature.
Despite Dangers, New York City?s Romance With Fire Escapes Endures
In a city of people starved for space, light and air, the metal structures double as storage closets, front porches and back gardens.
Ask Real Estate: Dear Landlord: Where?s Our Building Canopy?
This week?s subjects include a missing building canopy; jointly inherited property; and rules governing security deposits.
Square Feet: Providence, R.I., Is Building on a Highway?s Footprint
Relocating Interstate 195 opened up 19 acres of vacant land in the city, and the proposals to build there are flowing in.
What I Love: A Victoria?s Secret Model on Her Permanent Fixer-Upper
The model Frederique van der Wal restores an 18th-century house near Rhinebeck, N.Y.
Big Ticket: Upper East Side Penthouse for $37.94 Million
A home spanning the top four floors of the Charles condominium at 1355 First Avenue was the most expensive closed sale of the week.
On the Market: Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey
This week?s properties include a waterfront home in Bayville, N.Y., and a carriage house in Highlands, N.J.
On the Market: Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan
This week?s properties are co-ops in Lenox Hill, the Upper East Side and Park Slope, Brooklyn.
Mortgages: Reminder: Private Mortgage Insurance Is Temporary
A compliance bulletin from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau suggests that lenders sometimes collect premiums longer than they should.
In Flushing: Upscale Condos and Retail
Sales begin soon at a mixed-use complex that will add 600 condos to the neighborhood.
Finding a Little Greenery in New York for $500,000 or Less
Landing a home in the city with a terrace or a garden is difficult if you?re on a budget. But you might get lucky.
The Hunt: On the Upper East Side, Makeshift Bedrooms Need Not Apply
Rachel Smisloff and Kelly Irvolino wanted an apartment on the Upper East Side, and found they don?t have to live as if they were fresh out of school.
International Real Estate: House Hunting in ... Sweden
The real estate market in Sweden is robust, agents say, citing a strong national economy, an independent currency and very low interest rates for mortgages.
What You Get: $785,000 Homes in Maine, Seattle and Virginia
This week?s properties include a house with downtown views in Portland, Me., a floating house in Seattle, and a cabin in Onancock, Va.
Living In: Silvermine, Conn., an Enclave Attached to Its Past
Historic and artistic, Silvermine overlaps Norwalk, Wilton and New Canaan, Conn.
Tourists Have Landed in Queens. They?re Staying.
Lonely Planet?s decision to name Queens the top U.S. travel spot of 2015 has buoyed the borough?s promoters, who say it deserves to be a destination in its own right.
Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
Recent commercial real estate transactions New York City.
The 30-Minute Interview: A Conversation With David von Spreckelsen
Mr. von Spreckelsen is president of Toll Brothers City Living, New York, a division of the luxury home builder Toll Brothers that he started in 2004
The Appraisal: The Sidewalk Shed, a Ubiquitous New York Eyesore, Gets a Makeover
A High Line project and a design competition look to beautify part of the nearly 200 miles of scaffolding covering city sidewalks.