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House Hunting in … Norway

House Hunting in … Norway

Alejandro Villanueva for The New York Times

In Hastings-on-Hudson, a House in the Trees

In Hastings-on-Hudson, a House in the Trees

Brad Dickson for The New York Times

Betting on the Berkshires

Betting on the Berkshires

Nils Schlebusch for The New York Times

A Los Angeles Transplant Decides to Stay

A Los Angeles Transplant Decides to Stay

Revalyn Gold, an actress, sometimes finds New York "unnecessarily barren," but she likes "all the avenues that lead to art and culture."

Finding Washington Heights

Finding Washington Heights

Dominque Browning’s building, the Riviera.

Larry Silverstein Flees the ‘Old Fogeys’ of Midtown

Larry Silverstein Flees the ‘Old Fogeys’ of Midtown

The developer Larry A. Silverstein on a terrace of his 80th-floor apartment in 30 Park Place, overlooking the World Trade Center.

Finding a Way to Stay in Harlem

Finding a Way to Stay in Harlem

Kathy Smith has lived in Harlem for 19 years, and says “Harlem is not only a place, it’s a spirit, a feeling.”

New Parks Sprout Around New York

New Parks Sprout Around New York

Tony Cenicola/The New York Times

Romance? Not in My Backyard

Romance? Not in My Backyard

Some single New Yorkers prefer to travel for romance. Dating someone in their neighborhood — or worse still, their building — they’ll tell you, is just asking for trouble.

House Hunting in … Costa Rica

House Hunting in … Costa Rica

Brett Gundlock for The New York Times

Veterans Need Not Apply

Veterans Need Not Apply

Alex Donahue, a United States Air Force veteran, had trouble finding an apartment in New York because landlords would not recognize his military housing allowance.

Feeding the Financial District

Feeding the Financial District

Peter Poulakakos owns no fewer than 10 restaurants south of Chambers Street, and he has several other projects in the works, including the Pier A Harbor House, which overlooks the Hudson River in Battery Park.

Two Penthouses Sell for $60 Million, and John Mellencamp Buys in SoHo

Two Penthouses Sell for $60 Million, and John Mellencamp Buys in SoHo

Two half-floor sponsor units on the 91st floor of 432 Park Avenue sold to an unknown buyer for $60 million. This was New York City’s most expensive closed sale in January, according to property records.


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