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What’s Selling Now: Homes That Sold for Around $1 Million
Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

Domestic Lives: Finding Washington Heights
The writer Dominique Browning, priced out of other parts of Manhattan, discovers a new place to call home.

The Hunt: Close to Work in Midtown West
Andrew Warren and Ellada Arakelova wanted to buy a two-bedroom in the middle of everything.

Living In: Whitestone: Suburban Feel on the Waterfront
Although bounded by heavily trafficked bridges, the Whitestone section of Queens is surprisingly quiet and suburban-like.

360 View: Why Isn’t There a Landlord Blacklist?
Rentlogic is attempting to grade landlords and buildings on an A to F scale. Some are pushing back.

On the Market: Homes for Sale in New York and Connecticut
This week’s properties include a four-bedroom in Norwalk, Conn., and an six-bedroom in Eastchester, N.Y.

Shopping Guide: Desk Lamps
Some leads on some handsome and useful desk lamps.

What I Love: Amor Towles, a Gentleman in Gramercy Park
The author of ‘Rules of Civility’ and ‘A Gentleman in Moscow,’ lives in a gracious townhouse near Gramercy Park.

Ask Real Estate: A Sex Offender in the Building
What can shareholders do when an undesirable neighbor moves into a co-op building?

Voyeur: Doors of Manhattan
Even though they stand between us and the chaos of the city, the borough’s distinctive doors are easy to overlook.

Calculator: Where Are the Studio Apartments in New York City?
The five city neighborhoods with the most available studio apartment rentals.

Exclusive: Federal-Style Brooklyn Heights House for $7 Million
One of the oldest homes in Brooklyn Heights, a wood-frame house dating back to the early 19th century, is about to go on the market.

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

The High End: Industrial Retro in Long Island City
The Harrison, a 120-unit, red brick luxury tower is rising from the site of a low-slung garage in Queens.

What You Get: $1,100,000 Homes in Vermont, Maryland and Atlanta
A contemporary in Dorset, Vt., a 1916 house in Hagerstown, Md., and a Tudor in Atlanta.

International Real Estate: House Hunting in ... Belize
The Central American nation is gaining popularity but still offers relatively inexpensive Caribbean real estate.

Modern Love: When a Couch Is More Than a Couch
For a young mother with terminal cancer, questions about her own mortality merge with decisions about upholstery and cushion width.

The Fix: Preparing Your Home for Sale
To get the best return on your investment, you need to ensure your home looks its best when it hits the market.

360 View: Fictional New York City Apartments Get Real
The homes of young New Yorkers on TV are getting grimmer these days.

A Fan at the Drawing Board
Iñaki Aliste Lizarralde, a 45-year-old designer from Azpeitia, Spain, draws floor plans of homes on popular movies and television shows.

What's Selling Now: Homes That Sold for $1.5 Million or More
Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

The High End: Transformation on Brooklyn’s Southern Shore
There’s a building boom in Sheepshead Bay, an oft-overlooked neighborhood.

Tile Gains Footing All Over
Encaustic cement tile, with its striking look and chalky matte texture, is catching on with designers and homeowners.

Renters: So You Think Your Place Is Small?
Jack Leahy, 25, a musician, lives in a crawl space in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. His rent? $450 a month.

Ask Real Estate: Shared Driveway Parking Problems
Not all of us are good at sharing, particularly when it comes to coveted Brooklyn parking spots.

Calculator: How Much Do I Need to Make to Own a Home?
Dreaming of buying a home in the city? Here’s what you’ll have to earn to do it.

On the Market: Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan
This week’s properties are on the Upper East Side, in the West Village, and in Park Slope, Brooklyn.

On the Market: Homes for Sale in New York and Connecticut
This week’s properties are a four-bedroom in Shippan, Conn., and a six-bedroom in Lido Beach, N.Y.

The Hunt: From the City to the Hamptons
Romy Rodiek and Patrick Pilloni could buy a larger place in the city. Or they could head for the beach.

International Real Estate: House Hunting in ... Scotland
Edinburgh’s housing market has recovered from the 2008 global real estate crisis, though prices in the rest of Scotland remain below the 2007 peak.

What You Get: $900,000 Homes in Tennessee, Chicago and New Mexico
This week’s properties include a Tudor in Athens, Tenn., a condo in an old Chicago church and a contemporary in Galisteo, N.M.

Living In: Among the Bright Lights of Times Square
About 5,800 people choose to make their home in the hectic Times Square neighborhood.

Indoor-Outdoor Harmony in a Singapore Home
When the architect Jean François Milou transformed a colonial “black and white,” he wanted his clients to endlessly ponder: “Am I in a garden or in a house?”

Belgian Designer Puts His Own Transformed Home on the Market
Thierry Thenaers, known for his work on European castles and country homes, combined two living spaces to reflect his eclectic, classical style.

On the Market: Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan
This week’s properties are in Carnegie Hill, on the Upper East Side and in Sea Gate, Brooklyn.

On the Market: Homes for Sale in New York State
This week’s properties are five-bedroom homes in Upper Brookville, N.Y., and White Plains, 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.

Square Feet: Orlando’s Latest Theme Park Is a City for Wellness
The Lake Nona development, a wide-ranging project, aims to create a city within a city, with housing, hospitals, office buildings, schools and shops.

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

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

What I Love: Katie Couric on Why House Hunting Is Like Dating
When the news anchor first saw her East Hampton, N.Y., house, she knew it was the one.

Tiny Home Test Drive
A night in one of New York City’s new micro apartments.

When Friends Buy a Home Together
With home prices so high, buying a place together with others may be the quickest path to homeownership.

Bidding Wars in the Suburbs
High prices in New York City are driving up demand in certain nearby towns.

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.

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.

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.

Checklist for Winning a Bidding War
Tips for navigating a fast-moving real estate market.

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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