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The 30-Minute Interview: A Conversation With Winston C. Fisher
Mr. Fisher is a partner of Fisher Brothers, a family real estate company, with around 1.5 million square feet of space under development, largely in Manhattan and Washington.
The Hunt: A Texan Makes His Way to Uptown Manhattan
John McQuillen wanted a one-bedroom apartment in Upper Manhattan.
Currents: Shows: Exhibition: ?Rescued, Restored, Reimagined: New York?s Landmark Interiors?
A show at the New York School of Interior Design is dedicated to the city?s landmarked interior spaces.
Shopping With Antonino Buzzetta: Stylish Bedside Clocks
Now that smartphones have replaced the utilitarian alarm clock, the timepiece next to your pillow can simply be attractive.
Q&A: ?Wilma?s World,? a New Book by Rae Dunn
The ceramist Rae Dunn wanted to write a children?s book, but in the end, the story came from Wilma, her dog.
Market Ready: Should I Remove Sports Memorabilia Before Showing My Home?
It may seem disloyal to your team, but most buyers would prefer seeing a clean, uncluttered, neutral space.
Design Notebook: The Furniture Maker Scott McGlasson
Scott McGlasson uses organic materials to build heirloom furniture pieces. But is his method sustainable?
The Wassaic Project: A Festival, a ?Beautiful? Flood and Now Art
An artists? community evolves in upstate New York.
On Location: Where Howard Hughes Was Underfoot
The 9,000-square-foot house was an impulse buy with a pool room and a past.
Living In: Sutton Place, Cozy Enclave by the East River
The affluent neighborhood, which runs from 53rd to 59th Streets between First Avenue and the water, has many longtime residents, but it is also attracting younger people.
What You Get: $1,250,000 Homes in Hawaii, Oklahoma and Maryland
This weeks properties include a pair of Hawaiian cottages, a modern house in Oklahoma, and an historic home in Maryland.
International Real Estate: Real Estate in Anguilla
The housing market in Anguilla was hit hard by the global real estate crisis of 2008, but the market is slowly coming back.
In Tepid Housing Market, Builders Cater to Desires of Well-Off
Home sales of $1 million and higher account for only a small share of the overall market, but it is an increasingly reliable sweet spot for building companies.
Equity Firms Are Lending to Landlords, Signaling a Shift
Three large private equity firms are lending to small and midsize investors who are buying single-family homes.
Square Feet: Hotel Market Staggers in New York City
After years of growth, the city underperformed almost every other top market in January, but analysts are wary of declaring the start of a troubling trend.
Recent Commercial Transactions
Notable properties that have been recently listed for sale, sold or leased.
The Appraisal: In Eviction From Diamond District, Losing Much More Than Home
About 4,000 pieces of Alexander Ney?s art must be removed from a Manhattan apartment by March 19, lest they appear not in galleries, but in the trash.
In Mecca of Modernism, a New Pack of Devotees
Palm Springs has been marketing itself as a destination for fans of its slightly idealized past, playing up its modernist architecture and celebrity lifestyle.
In Brooklyn, First Comes Gentrification, Then Comes a Food Co-op
The Windsor Terrace Food Coop is expected to open on March 21 in Brooklyn, which has become a hotbed of small co-ops in the last few years.
New York?s First Micro-Apartments, Prefabricated in Brooklyn
Hold your stomach in! Mini-apartments may be one way to solve New York?s housing shortage.