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Exclusive: A Classic Hamptons Cottage for $13 Million
A shingle-style Hamptons cottage, built as a 1910 summer home on 5.2 acres on a bayside bluff in Amagansett, is poised to enter the market.
The Hunt: Lively Surroundings for Man and Beasts
Julius Towers found an apartment to buy in South Central Harlem.
Norman Foster Enjoys a New York Moment
Four major creations from the British designer Norman Foster, who favors lots of stainless steel and glass, are under construction or close to breaking ground in Manhattan.
Ask Real Estate: Protecting Trees From Dog Urine Air-Conditioner Rules and Abandoned Cable Lines
Subjects include saving trees from dog urine, a landlord?s ban on air-conditioners, and an ugly tangle of abandoned cable lines.
Homes for Sale in Irvington, N.Y., and Roslyn Harbor, L.I.
This week?s properties include a five-bedroom house in Irvington, N.Y., and a six bedroom house in Roslyn Harbor, N.Y.
Homes for Sale on the Upper West Side, the East Village, and Brooklyn
This week?s properties include co-ops on the Upper West Side and in the East Village, and a condo in the Columbia Waterfront District.
Currents: Goods: New Ingredients in Classic Cookware
Thomas Keller refines a collection for All-Clad.
Exclusive: 22-Acre Eastport Estate at $12 Million
A 22-acre estate with 2,000 feet of waterfront in Eastport is poised to enter the market for the first time in 35 years.
Big Ticket: Park and River Vistas for $30 Million
A three-bedroom at 15 Central Park West, owned by the daughter of the fashion designer Perry Ellis, was the sale of the week.
Big City: On the Upper West Side, a House Divided by Income
A development received approval from the city for separate entrances ? one for wealthy residents and one for those earning far less who would occupy the project?s affordable units.
Streetscapes: Upper West Side Townhouses, 19th Century Holdovers
On West 79th Street, from Amsterdam Avenue to Broadway, is a remarkable example of two facing rows of late 19th-century townhouses on a wide street.
New York City Backyards Welcome Chickens and Bees
A growing number of New Yorkers are turning their rooftops and backyards into micro farms.
Manhattan?s Secret Pools and Gardens
High above the sweltering masses lie rooftops replete with hidden luxuries. Try not to be too jealous.
Mortgages: Improving Default Rates on F.H.A. Loans
New research from the Urban Institute suggests reasons that V.A. mortgages are less likely to go into default than F.H.A. loans.
Currents: Q&A: So Down-to-Earth, You Could Spend Time Haggling
Sean Naftel of the artist duo Attenborough-Naftel on their latest work: a yard sale in a Chelsea gallery.
Currents: Furniture: A Virtual Collective of New York Designers
WorkOf.com features the goods of some 60 furniture makers, many from Brooklyn.
Currents: Textiles: The Maya Decorators Had It Tough
Grain?s latest textiles ? and the pillows sewn from them ? show off the weaving traditions of their Guatemalan makers.
On Location: Mill Valley, Calif.: Polishing the Imperfection
A modernist house was rough around the edges, but the price and provenance were right.
From Beets to the Borscht Belt
Even in the 19th century, Jews had roots in agricultural colonies.
In the Garden: New Gleanings from a Jewish Farm
A rural Connecticut program teaches perennials, permaculture and pickling. But no work on the Sabbath.
Shopping With Tung Chiang: Candleholders: Waxing Poetic
They?re jewelry for the home, even when bereft of candles ? or covered in their residue.
House Proud: A Two-Ring Circus
As in two circus tents. Also in this Catskills retreat, a ballroom, psychedelic school buses and a secret compartment. A washer and dryer? Maybe later.
Design Notebook: Putting Magic in the Mundane
David Rose, the author of ?Enchanted Objects,? sees a future where we can all live like wizards.
International Real Estate: Real Estate in the Bahamas
Although inventory is high, according to agents, prices are now starting to rise.
The 30-Minute Interview: Stanley C. Gale
Mr. Gale is the chairman and chief executive of Gale International, a development company based in New York.