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Ask Real Estate: A Co-op Pool Closing, Just in Time for Summer
This week: A shareholder bemoans an unavailable amenity; imagining a fire escape as a deck; and heirs navigate inheriting a co-op apartment.











What I Love: A Hamptons Event Planner on How to Design Your Garden
Ron Wendt, who is staging the Midsummer Party at the Parrish Art Museum, on how he staged his own property in Bridgehampton, N.Y.











On the Market: Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan
This week’s featured homes are co-ops in TriBeCa, the Financial District and Park Slope.











On the Market: Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey
This week’s properties include a five-bedroom house in Bernardsville, N.J., and a four-bedroom Queen Anne Victorian in Peekskill, N.Y.











Big Deal: Building Amenities: Flashy is Nice, but So Is Mundane
Many developers are promoting flashy luxuries like the porte-cochere, while some are providing more practical amenities.











Mortgages: Sharing a Mortgage With Others
Pooling resources to buy a shared home offers some advantages but many pitfalls.











Exclusive: A Chelsea Townhouse, Mansion-Ready
A stately four-story townhouse is about to enter the market for the first time in more than two decades. All apartments are currently empty to expedite the sale.











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.











Home Renovation: Time for a Hotel?
Few spend much time thinking about where they’re going to live when the demolition crew arrives.











Five Ways to Escape Your Renovation
There are plenty of options for short-term leases.











Near Citi Field, Plans for Willets West Are Ruled Illegal
A state court said that land near the Mets’ ballpark can be used only for a stadium.











The Hunt: An Upper East Side Apartment Hunt Goes Full Circle
Callia Hargrove wanted to rent a new apartment on the Upper East Side. But after a stressful search, she decided to stay put.











The 30-Minute Interview: A Conversation With Michael Rudder
Mr. Rudder, 37, is the founder of the Rudder Property Group, a boutique commercial brokerage firm that specializes in office condominiums and co-ops.











New York’s Rent Freeze May Change How Tenants Decide on Lease Duration
Renters must choose whether to opt for no increase on a one-year lease or lock in a 2 percent increase for two years.











Living In: Morningside Heights, More Than a ‘College Town’
The neighborhood of about 40,000 residents is dominated by Columbia University and sandwiched by dazzling parks.











International Real Estate: House Hunting in ... Italy
Umbria has long played second fiddle to Tuscany, but that has worked to buyers’ advantage in a number of ways.











What You Get: $2.9 Million Homes in Key West, Dallas and South Carolina
This week’s homes include a clapboard house in Key West, a loft in Dallas and a converted church in South Carolina.











Square Feet: In St. Louis, an Urban Farmer Uses a Rooftop and Food to Spur Renewal
An architect has led an effort to dump some 40 tons of dirt on the roof of a two-story building and grow organic vegetables.











Average Home Price in Manhattan Reaches $1.87 Million, a New High
The average sales price rose 11 percent, to $1.87 million, compared with the same period in 2014, thanks to a strong local economy, combined with high demand and not enough listings.











Recent Commercial Transactions
Recent commercial transactions in New York.













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