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First Rentals: Native New York Style
College graduates who grew up in New York know what they are up against when they move back.
Currents | Open: Where Did the Kitchen Go?
Effeti USA?s first showroom opens at the Terminal Stores building, showcasing two new kitchen designs by the Buratti brothers, including one that keeps the ovens and fridge hidden.
Currents | Shows: Two Decades of Blenko Glass
A show at DDC will offer a retrospective of architectural-scale glass designs by resident artists at the Blenko Glass Company.
City Room: Big Ticket | $29.78 Million for Town-House-Size Living
An 8,500-square-foot triplex, with seven bedrooms and eight baths, was created by combining two condominium units and was the most expensive residential sale of the week.
On the Market in the Region
A Tudor in Mamaroneck on 1.97 acres and Victorian in Bayville with four bedrooms and a koi pond.
On the Market in New York City
A Ditmas Park Victorian with a fireplace, a one bedroom in Kips Bay and a Tribeca loft in a former coconut-processing factory.
The Hunt: Long Island City Is Where?
Chaz and Marni King, expectant parents, found the space they needed in Long Island City, Queens.
Developers Follow Families Downtown
A growing number of developers cater to the needs of families looking to settle in West Chelsea, home to the popular High Line park.
Exclusive | W New York Downtown: W New York Downtown ? A Trophy by a Tower
A 12,000-square-foot apartment created by combining 12 units on the 55th and 56th floors.
What I Love | Eli Zabar: Eli Zabar and the Flip Side of Clamor
Eli Zabar has lived for years in a town house on the Upper East Side.
Eli Zabar?s Carnegie Hill Town House
An Upper East Side resident for over 35 years, Manhattan?s famed food purveyor shows off his family home.
Streetscapes | 333 East 68th Street: A Co-op Beyond the Pale as Well as the Els
When it was built in 1928, 333 East 68th Street, between First and Second Avenues, was considered too far east.
Mortgages: Benefiting From Interest Deductions
A new report buttresses economists? suspicions that high-income homeowners are the most likely to take advantage of the mortgage interest tax deduction.
An Allergy Sufferer Tests Six Air Purifiers
A veteran sneezer challenges several air purifiers to live up to their promises of eliminating pollen, mold and even pet odors.
Square Feet: Washington Projects Invite the Small Local Investor
Real estate upstarts like Fundrise are allowing people to invest in their neighborhoods in a way that has traditionally been the exclusive domain of wealthy investors and private equity firms.
Currents | Furniture: Furnishings by Paola Navone for Anthropologie
The Milanese designer Paola Navone introduces a 20-piece bedroom collection at Anthropologie.
Comments: In Defense of an Impatiens Abuser
A selection of comments from readers on Anne Raver?s article, ?A Mold Devastates Impatiens.?
Currents | Open: Fish & Game, A New Restaurant From Zakary Pelaccio, Where Basic Ingredients Rule
In Hudson, N.Y., the restaurant Fish & Game opens in an old blacksmith shop.
Market Ready: What to Do With a Vinyl Collection
I have a turntable and a large collection of records. Do I need to remove them before showing my home to buyers?
Shopping With Kara Mann: Heavy Metal Accessories
Kara Mann, who overcame a reputation as a ?Goth designer?? mixes in the playful with her dark, leathery and metallic themes.
On Location | San Francisco: The Houseboat of Their Dreams
A couple build the home of their dreams, a modern houseboat amid the gulls and seals.
Currents | Q&A: Making Furniture With the Wind
The Dutch designer Merel Karhof on using the power of the wind to make furniture.
And the Best Part Is, No Grass to Mow
A houseboat in San Francisco sits in a small marina with 20 floating homes.
Horses as Farm Equipment
Once a mainstay of farming, horses are back, as clean and organic as the crops they plow.
Homes for $1 Million
An 1883 house in Philadelphia, an adobe in New Mexico and a cottage in Seattle.