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The East Village Embraces a Colorful Past
A condominium conversion in the East Village is capitalizing on its building?s colorful past, spray-paint squiggles and all.
The Cellphone Imperative: If I Can?t Text, I?m Moving
New York developers are installing distributed antenna systems, or D.A.S., to boost cellphone coverage.
On the Market: Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey
This week, a house in Hopewell, N.J. on 13.49 acres, and a home in Larchmont, N.Y. with a heated in-ground pool.
On the Market: Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan
This week?s properties are located in TriBeCa, the East Village and Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
What I Love: Tovah Feldshuh at Home on the Upper West Side
The actor, who stars in the AMC horror series ?The Walking Dead,? lives with her husband, Andrew H. Levy, a lawyer.
Onefinestay, In Exchange for T.L.C.
Onefinestay, a short-term rental company, is offering townhouse owners caretaker service at no charge in exchange for a rental listing of at least six weeks annually.
Big Ticket: A Profitable Flip on the Upper West Side
A fully restored, five-story townhouse on a prime tree-lined block on the Upper West Side was the sale of the week.
The Hunt: A Bed and an Easel Under One Roof
Max Estenger, weary from years of renting, wanted to buy an apartment.
International Real Estate: House Hunting in ... Ecuador
Ecuador?s housing market has been strong in recent years, but a drop in oil prices is now hurting the economy, and the property market has slowed.
What You Get: What You Get for ... $1,000,000
This week?s properties include a Victorian in Kentucky, two adobe houses in New Mexico and a midcentury modern in Atlanta.
Living In: Ardsley, N.Y., Stretching the Housing Budget
The village, part of the town of Greenburgh, has managed to retain its small-town appeal despite the slicing in half of its business district by the construction of the Gov. Thomas E. Dewey Thruway.
Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York City.
The 30-Minute Interview: A Conversation With Barry M. Gosin
Mr. Gosin, 65, has been chief since 1979 of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, one of the world?s largest commercial real estate services companies.
The Appraisal: Locking Horns Over Preservation and Property Rights in Queens
The White family?s 1865 farmhouse in Douglaston, Queens, was once condemned to make way for a road. Now, decades later, it may be designated as a landmark as the city seeks to expand a historic district.
Where Tiny Houses and Big Dreams Grow
A tech entrepreneur and his friends make a weekend community in the woods.
The Appraisal: The Music May Stop at a Storied Manhattan Studio
Some of the most popular albums of rock?s golden age were produced at the studio on West 53rd Street, but any developer who bought it would almost certainly replace the recording equipment with apartments.
An Open House Disguised as a Dinner Party
A series of dinner parties are intended to bring together creative professionals not just for networking, but to show off new high-end property.
The Stress of New Construction
As hammers clang and views vanish, not everybody is embracing development.
Ask Real Estate: Bus Stop vs. Condo Entrance
A building awning and a bus stop intersect; bedbug advice; and a conflict in a co-op over access to an apartment for repairs.
A Zaha Hadid Design at the High Line
The parade of unorthodox buildings in the West Chelsea neighborhood will soon include a futuristic residence at 520 West 28th Street.