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Living In: Pelham, N.Y.: Close to the City, but With a Friendly Vibe
The oldest town in Westchester County, Pelham is a place where people know one another and “there’s nothing cookie-cutter” about the homes.

On the Market: Homes for Sale in Toronto
This week we visit and review properties in South Riverdale and Upper Beach.

What You Get: $400,000 Homes in New York, Missouri and Maine
A high-style farmhouse in Gallatin, a renovated 1892 home in Kansas City and an 1827 colonial outside of Portland.

International Real Estate: House Hunting in ... Helsinki, Finland
The Finnish economy has improved since the global financial crisis, and demand for housing is strong in major cities like Helsinki.

The Hunt: Searching for a Starter Home in Connecticut
All they wanted was a house with three bedrooms, at least two bathrooms and a big backyard for their dog — at a price they could afford.

Renters: The Life of a Live-in Super in Bedford-Stuyvesant
Tony Obey has spent most of his life within a few blocks of the large house converted to apartments where he works as the superintendent.

What's Selling Now: Homes That Sold for Around $600,000
Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

Ask Real Estate: Facing a Brick Wall and Wondering How to Make it Bearable
A reader asks what can be done about a brick wall opposite a bathroom window.

What I Love: Moisés Kaufman on Marrying Art and Life
For a playwright and director, sharing an apartment with a husband who’s also a collaborator can get a little messy.

New Development: Soft in the Middle, Splashy Up Top
The luxury market in New York is pulling in two directions, with developers betting on big-ticket palatial aeries and million-dollar “starter” homes.

360 View: The Headache of Living Next to Endless Construction
Construction scaffolding is a part of New York City’s streetscape. When it happens next door, developers sometimes pay neighbors for their trouble.

On the Market: Homes for Sale in New York City
This week’s properties include apartments in Greenwich Village and the Upper West Side, and a co-op in Park Slope, Brooklyn.

Calculator: Detroit Real Estate Heats Up
The housing market in Detroit is beginning to recover.

An Apartment in the Center of Helsinki
A four-bedroom, one-bath home in a classical-style building is on the market for $1,398,000.

What You Get for $400,000
A high-style farmhouse in Gallatin, N.Y.; a renovated 1892 home in Kansas City, Mo.; and an 1827 colonial outside of Portland, Me.

Living in ... Pelham, N.Y.
The oldest town in Westchester County, Pelham is a place where people know one another and “there’s nothing cookie-cutter” about the homes.

Joyce Matz, Fervid Voice for Historic Preservation, Dies at 92
St. Bartholomew’s Church, Lever House and the Town Hall were among the sites she helped protect against developers, including Donald J. Trump.

Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
A $25 million apartment tower in Flushing, Queens, was among the recent transactions in New York.

Square Feet: A Decaying Waterfront in Washington Returns to Life
The revitalization of the Wharf follows a pattern in other cities that have transformed industrial and commercial riverfronts into prime destinations.

The Fix: 7 Steps to a Clutter-Free Kitchen
What’s the secret to an organized kitchen? The experts share their tricks.

On the Market in Toronto
This week we visit and review properties in South Riverdale and Upper Beach.

Hudson Yards: A New (Far) West Side Story
While big projects slowly add high-rises to the area, smaller buildings are already opening.

Construction in Hudson Yards Continues
In addition to megaprojects like Hudson Yards and Manhattan West, a range of smaller projects across the area are nearing completion.

F.Y.I.: Manhattan’s Confusing Avenue Addresses
A 19th-century grid organized most of the borough’s cross street addresses. In 1940, an attempt to regulate avenue addresses failed because of Fifth Avenue business interests.

What I Love | Moisés Kaufman
When you’re a playwright and director who shares an apartment with a husband and collaborator, it isn’t always easy to draw a line between work and home.

Dog Yoga and Electric Guitars: Amenities, at a New Level
To help new developments stand out from the crowd, developers are intent on introducing never-before-seen amenities. Dog yoga, anyone?

The Next Wave of New York Condos
A look at new luxury condo buildings rising in New York City

A Dip in the Living Room Pool
In a slowing luxury real estate market, developers are investing in amenities to attract buyers. Explore Soori High Line, where more than half of the units come with private, saltwater pools.

Bookshelf: When the World Called for a Capital
Whether it’s the United Nations General Assembly or tourists flocking to it, New York remains a world capital. A few new books explain why.

A Mystery Solved: Why the ‘Sisyphus Stones’ Rise and Tumble
A small city of rock towers along the Hudson River has intrigued New Yorkers and attracted vandals. But their maker, Uliks Gryka, keeps rebuilding.

My Space: A Tour of Philipp Plein’s Master Bathroom in Manhattan
The German fashion designer known for his over-the-top runway shows created a fittingly luxe room to take a soak.

The High End: A Downtown Skyscraper With Yachtlike Interiors
A new tower designed by Rafael Viñoly, will have small spaces but expansive views of the harbor and the World Trade Center.

On the Market in New York City
This week’s properties are in Greenwich Village, on the Upper West Side and in Park Slope, Brooklyn.

On the Market: Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey
This week’s properties are five-bedroom homes in Cresskill, N.J., and Yonkers, N.Y.

On the Market in the New York Region
This week’s properties are five-bedroom homes in Cresskill, N.J., and Yonkers, N.Y.

The Hunt: The Two-Minute Commute
Dr. Robert J. Cerfolio, a thoracic surgeon, wanted a good view, a washer-dryer, an excellent gym and outdoor space — all within walking distance of work.

After Irma, a Grim Sense of Déjà Vu in St. Augustine
At 452 years old, St. Augustine is no stranger to flooding. But damage from hurricanes in two consecutive years has left residents soaked, frustrated and worried about the future.

Billionaire Diller’s Plan for Elaborate Pier in the Hudson is Dead
After six years and numerous lawsuits, and with the cost now estimated at $250 million, Barry Diller says it’s “no longer viable for us to proceed.”



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