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Finding a Mom Network in Battery Park City

She kept almost all of her furniture from her last apartment, adding one bright blue chair to her bedroom and a

Can I Stop My Neighbor From Building an Intrusive Balcony?

Q: We recently purchased a co-op in an Upper West Side brownstone with a large living room window overlooking our building’s

Something New, for $1 Million

Sizing up ManhattanStill, with 67 under-$1 million new-development listings available in October, according to StreetEasy, Manhattan is not entirely off limits

A Brooklyn Brownstone With History

Property owners come and go. While a chandelier or book-lined shelves may hint at the tastes of a former owner, when

October’s Most Popular Properties – The New York Times

The most-viewed properties in October on The New York Times’s Find a Home site included a sprawling, ultra high-end house on

The Beauty of a ‘No-Nothing’ Walk-Up

They also wanted to avoid full-service buildings. Mr. Reefer’s two dads live in a Yorkville co-op, “with porters, doormen, gardeners and

$950,000 Homes in Michigan, California and Maine

Lapeer, Mich. | $950,000An 1865 Italianate Victorian with five bedrooms and three bathroomsBuilt in downtown Lapeer, a historic community of 8,700

The Grown-Up Bachelor Pad – The New York Times

Anthony Bonsignore wasn’t planning on buying an apartment in Manhattan, because he already had a home in the Westchester County village

How Do I Sell My Apartment Directly to My Neighbor?

Q: I’m thinking about selling my one-bedroom condo in Chelsea and heard that a neighbor in the building might be interested

Shopping for Serving Utensils – The New York Times

“The things that we interact with every day are the things that should get the most thought in terms of design,”

Former Home to Michael Jackson and Marc Chagall Sells for $32 Million

The billionaire hedge fund manager William Ackman deeded yet another apartment, in SoHo, to his former wife, Karen Ackman, as part

Winter Is Coming – The New York Times

While home-energy audits are focused on saving energy, they also touch on safety issues, something that was on Stephan Edel’s mind

Searching for an Extra Hour of Sleep

After he moved to New York in 2001, Darrell E. Roberson bounced around the Bronx and Harlem, often sharing an apartment

Morningside Heights: More Space for the Money

“Prices have held pretty firm,” said Steven O. Goldschmidt, a senior vice president at Warburg Realty, and in some cases have

Yes, In Your Backyard – The New York Times

In the San Francisco Bay Area, a region filled with technology companies interested in design, Yves Béhar is a designer interested

Setting a Fresh Table – The New York Times

A festive table setting is about more than just providing some décor for your holiday dinner. It can set the mood

With Bugs, You’re Never Home Alone

“Start with your windowsills,” advises Rob Dunn. “Light fittings are often a graveyard, too.” As households across the United States decorate

Jersey City Grows Up – The New York Times

The couple recently closed on a $1.5 million, 1,900-square-foot, three-bedroom condo at Nine on the Hudson, a K. Hovnanian Homes development

Out of the Gallery, Into the Street

Further afield, artists are also working with developers, even in places that are only just beginning to see the value in

Rebuilding After a Hurricane: Why Does It Take So Long?

Community Development Block Grant- Disaster Recovery awards are administered by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to state disaster

So Much for the Starter House

“With our next purchase, we will have less buying power,” Ms. Lasser said. After the couple finishes bringing the house back

Yes, Houses Are Bigger in Texas

CalculatorWhich American cities have the largest (and smallest) homes? Over the past few decades, American homes have been getting larger. The

On the Market in the New York Region

Ossining Five-Bedroom Victorian • $965,000 • WESTCHESTER • 36 South Highland Avenue A five-bedroom, five-full-and-two-half-bath house built in 1872. The 5,800-square-foot

A Broadway Actor Has a Heart-to-Heart About Life and Laundry

The HuntEmbracing ‘the craziest, most inconvenient way of living,’ a Salt Lake City native and his family negotiate the laundromats and

$600,000 Homes in Connecticut, Virginia and Colorado

What you GetA timber-framed house in East Hampton, an early 19th-century log cabin in the Shenandoah Valley and a midcentury-modern home

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