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Ask Real Estate: Fined for Using Airbnb; Scheduling Open Houses
Questions about short-term apartment rentals and the scheduling of open houses.
Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan
This week?s properties include a Bedford-Stuyvesant townhouse, a Sutton Place two-bedroom and a Chelsea studio.
Homes for Sale in Stamford and Roslyn Harbor
This week?s homes include a five-bedroom in Stamford and a four-bedroom in Roslyn Harbor.
Streetscapes: 57th Street: Monet and Renoir Below, Homes Above
One of the most remarkable galleries on gallery-packed 57th Street was that of the Durand-Ruel family.
Exclusive: Beresford Apartment for Sale, Home to Broadway Royalty
An apartment at the Beresford that was owned by the Broadway composer Mary Rodgers enters the market for the first time in a quarter of a century.
Big Ticket: A Glimpse of the Park for $17.8 Million
A three-bedroom sponsor unit in the Marquand, a century-old apartment building, is the sale of the week.
Condos With Pools and Huge Art Along the High Line
Two condominiums are coming to the High Line from the architect Soo K. Chan, one of which will include private pools.
Affordable Housing in New York?s Luxury Buildings
Private developers have built more than 100 mixed-income buildings over the past decade, mostly in Manhattan and gentrified parts of Brooklyn.
The Hunt: Full of Character for a Lot Less Rent in Bayonne, N.J.
Angela Putman and Matt Jackson went looking for a two-bedroom to rent in Manhattan and wound up in Bayonne, N.J.
Mortgages: HUD Reverse Mortgages for Co-ops Unlikely
A long-awaited regulatory change that would open up the federal government?s reverse mortgage program to co-ops is not yet happening.
The Hunt: A Brooklyn Apartment Search Ends in Crown Heights
Eliza Hartley went looking for an apartment near her medical school in Brooklyn.
Market Ready: How Do You Stage an Apartment When You Have Young Kids?
Repainting, decluttering and crisp white linens will help make a good impression on buyers.
Currents: Q&A: The Dirt on Your Sponge
Tod Maitland and Matthew Flannery met on the set of ?Sex and the City,? but their new invention, called SpongeBath, seems straight out of ?Seinfeld.?
On Location: Buxton, Me.: Saved From the Flames, Ready for Love
A crumbling farmstead is transformed for weekends and weddings.
In the Garden: Mother Nature?s Daughters
Why are women doing most of the work on so many urban farms?
House Proud: The House Collector?s Dilemma
Beach, mountains, city, desert? For one California couple, it?s sometimes all four in one day.
Currents: Road Test: This Vacuum Established a Tough Beachhead
It was billed as the ?Tesla of vacuum cleaners,? but could the racy AirRam handle a houseful of sand?
Currents: Deals: Discounts at Company C, Korin, Thomas Paul and Pan American Phoenix
Bedding and knives are among the items on sale.
Currents: Goods: Improving on Nature
Wall vases so pretty that flowers are optional.
Currents: Decor: Just Out of the Box From Britain
Crate & Barrel crosses the Atlantic for inspiration.
International Real Estate: Real Estate in Bulgaria
Bulgaria?s housing market is showing signs of recovery from a long slump, when housing prices dropped, on average, 30 percent below their 2008 highs.
Property Values: Homes for Sale in Hawaii, Arizona and Rhode Island
This week?s properties offer city views in Rhode Island and mountain views in Arizona and Hawaii.
Living in: Greenpoint, Brooklyn: Flavored With a Dash of Poland
The recession temporarily halted condo development in this once-industrial waterfront community, but new projects are now springing up.
Square Feet: Tech Tenants Filling a Slice of Brooklyn Called Dumbo Heights
The Jehovah?s Witnesses have moved their headquarters upstate, and their Watchtower complex in Dumbo is attracting tech start-ups.
Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
Notable properties that have been recently listed for sale, sold or leased.