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International Real Estate: Real Estate in Denmark
Real estate has remained stable in Aarhus, Denmark?s second-largest city, in part because of a large university population and diverse job market.
Property Values: Homes for Sale in California, Arizona and New Hampshire
This week?s properties include a Georgian farmhouse in New Hampshire, a home with an orchard in Arizona and a midcentury modern in Pasadena.
Living In: Affordability in Danbury, Conn., Just Over the Border
A smallish city of around 80,000, Danbury, Conn., just across from the New York border, is less expensive than most surrounding towns and far more diverse.
Recent Commercial Transactions
Notable properties that have been recently listed for sale, sold or leased.
The 30-Minute Interview: Spencer Rascoff
Mr. Rascoff is the chief executive of Zillow, an online real estate database and marketplace with headquarters in Seattle.
Currents: Deals: Discounts from Sferra, Lapuan Kankurit, and O Lighting
Deals on Fine Linens, Textiles And Lamps
Square Feet: A Teardown Builds Up a Delaware Housing Development
The Flats, affordable housing for working-class families in Wilmington, is being reconstructed to be larger and more energy-efficient.
The Appraisal: Strategy by Union: Mock a Manhattan Apartment Building?s Selling Points
With a parody ad, a building workers? union takes on the AVA High Line, a luxury New York apartment building.
Living In: Affordable Manhattan in Hudson Heights
The Hudson Heights section of Washington Heights offers more affordable housing options, much of it prewar, than other parts of Manhattan.
Streetscapes: Murals by the Artist Robert Winthrop Chanler
Murals by Robert Winthrop Chanler may be seen at Coe Hall in Oyster Bay, N.Y.
Ask Real Estate: Low-Priced Apartments Next Door, Protecting Identity; Insuring Solar Panels
Worries over low-priced apartments next door; personal data on co-op applications; and insurance for homes with solar panels.
Sluggish Economy Drives Surge in Apartment Construction
Construction of multifamily buildings has far outstripped that of single-family homes as housing costs and meager wage growth have increased the rate of renting rather than owning homes.
Residential Tower in Fort Lee, N.J., Begins Leasing
Leasing began last month at the Modern, a 450-unit rental building near the entrance to the George Washington Bridge.
Currents: Open: Lapicida?s First American Showroom Opens in New York
The British company that sells natural stone has opened it?s showroom at the Decoration and Design Building on East 59th Street.
Another Glass Tower at Madison Square
A 65-story skyscraper is planned near Madison Square Park, a neighborhood not yet overrun by luxury condominiums.
Big Ticket: Condo at One57 Brings $34 Million
A three-bedroom condo is the first apartment in the Midtown skyscraper to be flipped, and the top residential sale of the week.
Streetscapes: In Old New York, Shouting ?Fire? With a System of Bells
A network of quaint towers was displaced by technology and a growing city.
What I Love: Mary Carillo: At Home in the West Village
Mary Carillo?s work as a sports analyst and reporter has taken her around the world, but New York still beckons her.
Homes for Sale in Telluride, Colo.
Rocky Mountain homes listed at $825,000 to $4,995,000.
Manhattan Apartments With Illegal Greenhouses
Beginning next year, a new rule by the city?s buildings department will target balcony or terrace enclosures without permits.
New York City Park Views for Under a Million
A room with a view, especially a park view, ranks high on the wish lists of many apartment hunters.
Wealth Matters: At the Top of the World, a View of the New York Real Estate Market
In the growing market for homes for the ultrarich, what is it like to make a deal?
A Tenant Blacklist, Culled From Tedium
Nearly all landlords in New York conduct background checks on their prospective tenants.
Mortgages: Financing Manufactured Homes
Financing options for manufactured homes are limited and expensive, which has sparked calls for reform.
The National Design Awards Win the Prize for Nonconformity
There was plenty of high-tech eye candy, but the main activity before dinner was still checking out everyone else?s clothes.