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Ask Real Estate: Ask Real Estate
This week?s questions address holiday lights, leaks and rent stabilization.
What I Love: A Family?s Home in Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Josh Liberson is a minimalist. Brooke Williams is a maximalist. Diplomacy is required.
Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Brooklyn
This weeks properties include apartments in Midtown, Gramercy Park and Bedford-Stuyvesant.
Houses for Sale in New Jersey and Upstate New York
This week?s properties are in Frenchtown, N.J., and Harrison, N.Y.
Mortgages: ?Piggyback? Loans Revisited
Many of the loans are now aimed at those with higher net worth.
Streetscapes: Park Avenue, Interrupted
Major objections did not prevent a giant building from obscuring a familiar view.
Exclusive: Marc Anthony: Salsa Slept Here
A home convenient to city and airports, with a recording studio on the premises.
Big Deal: New York City Prices in Miami
Developers, and subsequently buyers, try to turn Miami into New York?s sixth borough.
Brooklyn: New Towers for Williamsburg
More apartment towers are in line for the Brooklyn waterfront.
Big Ticket: A Renovated Brownstone in Chelsea
A fully renovated 1840 townhouse at 460 West 22nd Street sold for $16 million.
Living In: Where Commuters Can Spread Out
A township of around nine square miles in Union County, Scotch Plains appeals to growing families with its larger lots within commuting distance to Manhattan.
The Hunt: Searching for a One-Bedroom in Manhattan
Steven Hall wished to buy a one-bedroom apartment in Manhattan.
Q&A: How 'Annie' Wound Up at the World Trade Center
Marcia Hinds, the production designer of the new ?Annie,? on the challenges of building a set in a raw space in an unfinished office tower near Ground Zero.
Shopping With Mandy Oser and Amorette Casaus: Cheese Boards and Knives: However You Slice It
Unlike mice, cheese lovers can?t use their hands. Thus, we seek elegant serving accessories.
Décor: Kate Spade Saturday Designs for West Elm
The fashion company?s line includes bedding, furniture and lighting.
Rugs: Stand Clear of the Fuzzy Doors
Gary Hume?s paintings of hospital doors have become hand-tufted rugs by Christopher Farr.
Tiles: If It Flutters or Buzzes, Surely It?s Art
Tiles in decorative bug patterns by Timorous Beasties.
Events: Little Pieces of Caribou Ranch Now Can Be Yours
Auctioning off rock mementos from a famed recording studio.
On Location: Evicting the Pigeons
A medieval tower in Montvalent, France, is coaxed into the 21st century.
At Home With Alexandra Fuller: Square Peg in a Round House
In her latest memoir, Alexandra Fuller describes the end of a marriage and her new life in a yurt.