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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.

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.

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.

On the Market: Homes for Sale in New York and Connecticut
This week’s properties include a four-bedroom house in Weston, Conn., and a three-bedroom townhouse in Manhasset, N.Y.

On the Market: Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan
This week’s offerings are in the Manhattan neighborhoods of Chelsea and Kips Bay, and in Fiske Terrace, Brooklyn.

Big Ticket: A Floor at the Pierre Hotel for $22.9 Million
The apartment, which sold to the widow of one of the founders of Liberty Travel, was the most expensive sale of the week.

What I Love: Cara Nicoletti, Butcher, Baker and Author
The author of a memoir, “Voracious,” lives in a rented apartment in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Mortgages: Feedback on Supreme Court’s Housing-Law Ruling
Some are predicting costly repercussions from last month’s decision upholding a legal tool for challenging housing and lending practices with a discriminatory effect.

Economic View: The Housing Market Still Isn’t Rational
Short-selling helps prevent bubbles in the stock market, but such negative bets can’t easily occur in the home market.

Big Deal: A Tiny House Fit for the Hamptons
Christopher Burch’s Cocoon9 is producing small modular homes that shake off the dowdy aesthetic.

Making More Space in a One-Bedroom Apartment
Buyers in the market for two-bedroom apartments are latching onto large one-bedrooms and carving out second bedrooms.

The Hunt: Permanence on the Upper West Side
Alexis Fishman wanted an apartment closer to Midtown than her Crown Heights rental.

The Appraisal: Taking Stock (for Once), Self-Styled Hoarder Makes Lucrative Deal to Close Bookstore
John Scioli is selling his three-story brownstone in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, for $5.5 million and clearing out the tens of thousands of books that make up the inventory at the Community Bookstore.

Living In: The Historic Charm of Brooklyn Heights
Convenience to Manhattan, leafy streets, abundant historic buildings and the expanding Brooklyn Bridge Park are major neighborhood draws.

International Real Estate: House Hunting in New Brunswick, Canada
Home prices in the area grew by 3 to 27 percent year over year from 2003 until 2009, and have been flat since, making it a buyer’s market.

What You Get: $1.2 Million Homes in California, Massachusetts, and Louisiana
This week’s properties include a 10-bedroom house in Massachusetts, mountain views in California and an Acadian house in Louisiana.

Building Blocks: A Hudson Yards Garden Will Grow With Concrete, Coolant and High-Power Fans
Much of the Hudson Yards project in Manhattan, including the Public Square garden, is being built over a 26-acre rail yard where temperatures are 150 degrees.

Square Feet: Developers Hope to Change the Face of Transit Hub in Jamaica, Queens
Projects in development near the train station, a stop for travelers arriving from Kennedy Airport, include apartments, retail spaces and hotels.

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

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