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Living In : Pelham Bay, the Bronx: A Blend of Urban and Suburban
A working- and middle-class Bronx community that doesn?t live up to its namesake, but the waterfront is not too far away.
Living in: South Williamsburg: Catching Up to the North Side
Homes trade at a 15 percent discount to the northern end, but brokers say parity is expected in a few years.
Exclusive: Elizabeth Gilbert?s New Chapter Begins
An eclectic Italianate Victorian in Frenchtown, N.J., owned by the author of ?Eat, Pray, Love.?
Big Ticket: Light-Grabbing Penthouse for $42 Million
A 12-room penthouse with panoramic park views in the venerable Prasada co-op building.
In NoHo: Squeezing In, With Some Creativity
Developers of a new boutique co-op in NoHo contend with an odd-shaped lot and a land lease, among other obstacles.
Ask Real Estate: Can We Get a ?No Standing? Sign?
Subjects include: A wish for open curb space in front of a co-op; problems with a neighbor?s aggressive dog; and concern over a rental?s dirty windows.
Streetscapes: Under Hoof, Foot and Tire
In the 19th century, city streets were a hodgepodge of materials.
What I Love: Linda Lavin, by Day and by Night
The actress lives in not one but two apartments in New York.
On the Market in Chicago
Photo tours of homes priced from $699,500 to $4,395,000.
Big City: The King Can No Longer Afford Queens
Home prices in Queens have risen significantly. In some sense it isn?t the new Brooklyn so much as it has become the old Manhattan.
The Million-Dollar Manhattan Apartment
If $1 million is all you can spend, expect slim pickings.
The Separate Kitchen Makes a Comeback
When it comes to dinner events and holidays, owners want a more defined space.
Mortgages: Sign on the Digital Dotted Line
Technology for paperless closings has long been available, an now lenders have new incentives to adopt it.
Industrial Output Climbs, and New-Home Starts Tick Up
Housing starts, however, lagged, coming in nearly at a rate well below November?s recent peak.
Suburbs Try to Prevent an Exodus as Young Adults Move to Cities and Stay
A report found that counties like Westchester, Nassau and Suffolk faced tough competition from New York City for young people, perhaps because of less diversity and a dearth of modest rentals.
Currents: Events: Dutch Design, Up for Bid
On April 23, three dozen Droog pieces will be offered at Heritage Auctions in Dallas.
The Details: In Milan, Putting a Pretty Face on It
At the recent furniture fair, a challenged industry resorts to the ultimate strategy: making livable, or at least lovable, products.
Shopping With Lauren Rottet: Occasional Tables: Holding Their Liquor
These pieces should be just large enough to park your drink on.
On Location: Stockton, N.J.: It?s All 1810 to Them
A painstaking home restoration brings a couple closer to American history ? and to each other.
Currents: Books: When Our Maids Lived In
?Manhattan Classic: New York?s Finest Prewar Apartments? will have Manhattanites longing for the prewar era.
Currents: Q&A: Symbolism Meets Modern Life
Amy Reichert?s custom-made Judaica blends the Torah?s directions with modern needs and her own artistic sense.
Currents: Goods: A Cold One Wrapped in Plastic
Govino introduces an affordable yet classy beer glass.
Currents: Outdoors: Gather Round the Fire, Wherever You Want It
The Dude is a fire pit you can take on the road.
Currents: Market Ready: Should We Remove Wall-to-Wall Carpeting?
Consider replacing it with hardwood flooring and area rugs.
House Proud: Square Feet: 84. Possessions: 305.
After a heart attack, Dee Williams downsized. Way down.