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Moving to the Bronx
The number of home sales in the Bronx rose 35 percent in the first quarter of this year, a far larger increase than in Manhattan, Queens or Brooklyn.

What I Love: Michael Cerveris’s ‘Fun Home’ in Chelsea
The Tony-winning actor lives with his dog in a prewar co-op.

Bjarke Ingels on His Via 57 Chair
The in-demand architect discusses the chair he has created to go with his Via 57 West building.

On the Market: Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan
This week’s properties are in the Gramercy area, Midtown East, and South Slope, Brooklyn.

On the Market: Homes for Sale in New York and Connecticut
This week’s homes include a four-bedroom in Redding, Conn., and a five-bedroom in Old Brookville, N.Y.

The Hunt: Upper West Side One-Bedroom, Just Needs Paint
Jamie Koff wanted more space; an elevator was a must.

Condos to Replace Bowlmor Lanes
A residential tower some 300 feet high will rise on a Greenwich Village site where a popular bowling alley once stood.

Big Ticket: Madison Square Park Condo for $14.25 Million
An apartment in a condominium that once housed showrooms at the International Toy Center was the sale of the week.

Nonstop Noise From a Neighbor’s Place
Incessant beeping, adding and removing names in a co-op lease, and smoking doormen.

Belmont, the Bronx: Home to Immigrants and Students
A wide range of immigrants, along with students from nearby Fordham, make their home in this affordable Bronx neighborhood.

Pop-Up Staging Turns Empty Houses Into Homes
Lightweight faux furniture helps buyers visualize what an empty space would look like furnished.

What You Get: What You Get for … $1,200,000
A farmhouse in Waitsfield, Vt., a contemporary in Mesa, Colo., and a single-story house in Homewood, Ala.

House Hunting in ... Montenegro
Montenegro’s housing market was affected by the global real estate crisis of 2008, though Russians continued to buy homes.

Obamas’ Next Home: 9 Bedrooms in a Wealthy Washington Neighborhood
The president and his family plan to relocate to the upscale Kalorama neighborhood, two miles from the White House, people familiar with his plans said.

When Home Is Nestled Within an English Park
Many buyers in Britain are prepared to dig deep into their pockets for the privilege of living in a national park, and the South Downs National Park is a case in point.

Bringing Out the Beauty of a Once-Derelict Mill in Italy
An Argentine-American couple spent two years restoring an abandoned water mill at the northern end of the Val d'Orcia region of Tuscany.

The Appraisal: Now Displaced by New York’s Gentrification: Feral Cats
As the city’s vacant lots, old factories and former warehouses are being redeveloped, colonies of cats are forced to find new habitats.

Co-op Wars: Do You Dare Walk on the Grass?
A new generation of buyers at a Jackson Heights, Queens, co-op has won a nearly decade-long battle over access to the lawn.

Your Own Private Park
An elaborate garden is one of the perks at some new developments in New York City.

The Closed Kitchen Makes a Comeback
The pendulum is starting to swing back toward enclosed kitchens. Several new buildings offer separated kitchens, a nod to prewar apartment design.

Fair Game: Fannie, Freddie and the Secrets of a Bailout With No Exit
Newly unsealed documents cast doubt on the Treasury’s justification for sweeping the mortgage giants’ profits, exposing the perils of letting the government act in secret.

What I Love: WQXR’s Graham Parker in Hudson Heights
Graham Parker, the general manager of the public radio station WQXR, and his psychologist husband, Adam Benson, were drawn to their apartment’s light, scale and flow.

Big Ticket: Luxury Condo in the Village: $16 Million
Two more apartments at the Greenwich Lane have officially closed, and were the most expensive transactions of the week.

From Parking Lot to Co-op
A 12-story co-op under construction by Toll Brothers City Living rises from a former church parking lot in the West Village.

Ask Real Estate: Noise Complaints: Artists and Musicians
Dealing with grinding metal sounds, loud rehearsals, and an out-of-order elevator.

Living In: New Rochelle: When a Smaller City Fits
Home to around 80,000 residents across 13.2 square miles, the city has nine miles of coastline and a wide variety of housing stock.

The Hunt: Finally, a Move to Manhattan
Keith Peterson was looking for a one-bedroom in Chelsea, but was charmed by the East Village.

What You Get: $750,000 Homes in New York, Oregon and South Carolina
A converted barn in Woodstock, N.Y., a contemporary in Portland, Ore., and a 1915 house in Walterboro, S.C.

International Real Estate: House Hunting in ... Finland
The housing market in Finland has been weak for the last several years, though this year has shown a slight improvement over 2015.

On the Market: Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan
This week’s properties are in the Financial District, the West Village and Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.

On the Market: Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey
This week’s properties include a log cabin in Springfield, N.J., and ahome on a cul-de-sac in Roslyn, N.Y.

Ask Real Estate
Answers to reader questions about real estate, home buying and renting, mortgages, insurance, leases, condominiums and co-ops and real estate law.

Living In
The inside scoop on New York City neighborhoods and beyond.

Square Feet: A Des Moines Landmark May Rise From Its Ashes
Derailed by a blaze in 2014, a plan to renovate the site of Younkers department store, a downtown anchor for a century, regains momentum.

Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York City.

Square Feet: Inglewood, Calif., Pins Hopes for Commercial Revival on N.F.L.’s Rams
The return of the team to the area and plans for an 80,000-seat stadium and an entertainment complex are expected to breathe new life into the city.

Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York City.

When the Landlord Is a Friend
Members of the new guard of landlords are just as likely to come in for an after-work beer as they are to stop by at midnight to fix a clogged sink.

Before the Trumps, There Were the Wendels
The Wendel family, bygone real estate tycoons, avoided publicity and luxury. Their refusal to sell property drove the city crazy.

Moving to Jersey City? Join the Club.
It’s a short hop from New York, and at the moment, it’s still less expensive.

The Art of Home Staging
The practice of home staging has long elicited strong reactions. But as staging has evolved, more real estate professionals stress its importance.

Brooklyn Houses Clad in Metal
Houses of steel and aluminum are sprouting in cool places, a.k.a. Brooklyn neighborhoods.

Supers Who Break the Glass Ceiling
Among over 3,000 unionized superintendents in New York City, perhaps a few dozen are women.

The South Bronx Beckons
The Bronx, particularly the South Bronx, has assumed the mantle of next frontier for renters, buyers and developers.

Big Ticket: Penthouse Owned by Joan Rivers Sold for $28 Million
The palatial Upper East Side triplex that Joan Rivers called home for more than a quarter of a century was the sale of the week.

Big Ticket: Sarah Jessica Parker’s House Sells for $18.25 Million
A Greenwich Village townhouse sold by the actress and her husband, Matthew Broderick, was the most expensive sale of the week in New York City.

A Checklist for New Landlords
It’s far more than banking and rent checks. Here are some tips.

Essential Home Staging Tips
The pros share their strategies for making your home enticing to buyers.

Tips for First-Time Buyers
With the median price for a Manhattan apartment nearing the $1 million mark, buying your first home can be a daunting task. And don’t forget to add in the fees.

How to Improve Your Cellphone Signal at Home
Good cellphone reception is a must-have for many in New York.

The 10 Most Cost-Effective Renovations
Here are some simple home improvements that may offer the most bang for the buck.

Five Things to Remember Before You Renovate
A home remodeling checklist for New York apartment dwellers.

Brooklyn’s Most Expensive Listings
To get to Brooklyn, win the lottery first.

Five Manhattan Alternatives to Pricey Brooklyn Neighborhoods
Suggestions for frustrated New York City home hunters.

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