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The 30-Minute Interview: A Conversation With Michael Rudder
Mr. Rudder, 37, is the founder of the Rudder Property Group, a boutique commercial brokerage firm that specializes in office condominiums and co-ops.
Living In: Morningside Heights, More Than a ?College Town?
The neighborhood of about 40,000 residents is dominated by Columbia University and sandwiched by dazzling parks.
International Real Estate: House Hunting in ... Italy
Umbria has long played second fiddle to Tuscany, but that has worked to buyers? advantage in a number of ways.
What You Get: $2.9 Million Homes in Key West, Dallas and South Carolina
This week?s homes include a clapboard house in Key West, a loft in Dallas and a converted church in South Carolina.
Square Feet: In St. Louis, an Urban Farmer Uses a Rooftop and Food to Spur Renewal
An architect has led an effort to dump some 40 tons of dirt on the roof of a two-story building and grow organic vegetables.
Average Home Price in Manhattan Reaches $1.87 Million, a New High
The average sales price rose 11 percent, to $1.87 million, compared with the same period in 2014, thanks to a strong local economy, combined with high demand and not enough listings.
Recent Commercial Transactions
Recent commercial transactions in New York.
Office Interior Design on a Dorm Budget
The designer Brad Sherman?s specialty is creating cozy, functional offices for start-ups, using a little budget and a lot of resourcefulness.
The Appraisal: 21 Broadway Buildings Denied Protection, Prompting Debate on Growth and Preservation
The Landmarks Preservation Commission?s decision has inflamed an old argument: If there is too much development, can there also be too much preservation?
Seattle?s Little ?Up? House Faces Razing After Buyers Back Out
The house, popular with locals and tourists for its resemblance to the one in the Disney movie, could be demolished after a recent sale fell through.
Pending Home Sales Rise to Highest Level in 9 Years
The National Association of Realtors said that its pending home sales index, based on contracts signed in May, increased 0.9 percent to a reading of 112.6.
Taking the Work Out of Short-Term Rentals
A fledgling industry has sprung up in the last five years offering to take the work out of short-term rentals, for a fee.
What I Love Vikram Chatwal: Vikram Chatwal?s Many-Roomed Getaway
The Manhattan hotelier?s home in Old Brookville, N.Y., has space for his most cherished guests, his family.
Ask Real Estate: Summer in a Hot, Stuffy Bedroom
This week?s subjects include air conditioner woes; when to seek out a home inspector; and lenders for co-op mortgages.
Big Ticket: For $18 Million, a Gramercy Park View With a Coveted Key
A full-floor apartment on the 15th floor of 18 Gramercy Park, a former Salvation Army rooming house that was converted into luxury condos, is the sale of the week.
Mortgages: Confusion Amid New Disclosures
Confusion about the intricacies of upcoming consumer disclosure rules is causing at least one lender to pull back from certain loan products, at least temporarily.
Hudson Square Emerging
Developers have begun marketing condos at 70 Charlton, among the first of what may be several thousand new units to be built in Hudson Square.
What I Love: Where Nice Evenings Are Recalled by Kurt Elling
When he?s not on the road promoting his music, the baritone jazz singer lives with his family on the Upper West Side.
On the Market: Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan
This week?s properties include condos Greenwich Village, Ditmas Park and the Upper West Side.
On the Market: Homes for Sale in New York and Connecticut
This week?s properties are a three-bedroom home in Ridgefield, Conn., and an eight-bedroom house in Bay Shore, N.Y.