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New Mixed-Income Housing on the Lower East Side
With financing secured, work will begin on Essex Crossing, a 1.65 million-square-foot project that will add 1,000 housing units, half of which will be permanently affordable.
Ask Real Estate: When the Super Has a Drinking Problem
Problems with a co-op superintendent, rules for waiting in the lobby and rights to a rent-stabilized unit.
Madison Avenue Condo in an Office District
A new 32-story 69-unit condominium is rising at Madison Avenue and East 33rd Street, an area crowded with office buildings.
On Location: When Your Teenager Picks the Architect
A family from Washington State commissions an architect to build a modern house in Lawrence Township, N.J., with their teenage son managing the project.
Big Ticket: $50,917,500 Penthouse Sets a Time Warner Record
A full-floor penthouse near the pinnacle of the south tower of the Time Warner Center is the sale of the week.
Mortgages: Mortgages for Millennials
The next generation of home buyers is the first to consist of ?digital natives? and far less trusting of traditional institutions like big banks.
On the Market: Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan
This week?s properties include co-ops in the West Village and Chelsea, and a Prospect Heights condo.
On the Market: Homes for Sale in New York and Connecticut
This week?s properties include a three-bedroom stone house in Scarsdale, N.Y., and a four-bedroom house built in 1906 in Darien, Conn.
What I Love: Karen Allen at Home in the Berkshires
The actress lives in western Massachusetts where she directs theater, has founded a yoga studio and opened a clothing shop.
The Millennial Commune
A handful of businesses in New York are creating co-living spaces, advertising instant community and access to amenities.
The Hunt: Condo to House: Same Town, More Room
Debra and Darren Moss wanted to buy a house in Larchmont, N.Y.
International Real Estate: House Hunting in ... Britain
Prices and sales of country properties in Yorkshire fell sharply after the collapse of Lehman Brothers in 2008, and have only just begun to approach prerecession peaks.
What You Get: $650,000 Homes in Philadelphia, Florida and Tennessee
This week?s properties include a beach house in Florida, a stone house in Tennessee and a rowhouse in Philadelphia.
Living In: Rutherford, N.J., Quiet Outpost Beyond the Tunnel
This tight-knit community of about 18,000 offers residents affordable homes and easy access to New York City, as well as Giants and Jets football games.
The 30-Minute Interview: A Conversation With Neo Que Yau
Mr. Neo, 56, is chief of the Euro Properties Group, a real estate development company based in Hong Kong. The firm is working on its first project in New York.
Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York City.
Square Feet: A New Florida Mall Defies Retailing?s Headwinds
At a time when few new malls are opening, Sarasota?s Mall at University Town Center is placed to benefit from local shoppers and the tourist trade.
Former Mayor Bloomberg Buys London Mansion for $25 Million
The seven-bedroom, 18th-century mansion in Chelsea, where the writer George Eliot once lived, is on one of London?s wealthiest streets.
The Appraisal: Tempting Offer Could Mean End of a Brooklyn Longshoreman?s Bar
Montero Bar and Grill, a family-owned bar that opened in 1939 with longshoremen as its patrons, is one in a stretch of buildings being offered for a potential sale.
Ask Real Estate: Evicting a Family of Urban Raccoons
This week?s subjects include unwelcome raccoons; an unrenewed lease; and a plea to place renters on condo and co-op boards.