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When the Prince of Wales Is Your Landlord
News 3 weeks ago
When the Prince of Wales Is Your Landlord

On England’s southwestern coast, a community built by the Duchy of Cornwall is attracting residents who have bought into Prince Charles’s housing...

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Frederic Berman, Protector of Renters in New York, Dies at 92
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Frederic Berman, Protector of Renters in New York, Dies at 92

He helped institute safeguards for tenants of 1.4 million rent-controlled apartments in the ’60s and was a key player behind the Rent Stabilization...

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The Perils of Renovating if You Rent
News 4 weeks ago
The Perils of Renovating if You Rent

A woodworker spent six years turning his apartment into ‘a delightful, strange, kooky space.’ Then his landlord nearly doubled the rent....

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Dying Malls? This One Has Found a Way to Thrive
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Dying Malls? This One Has Found a Way to Thrive

Aventura Mall, near Miami, isn’t shy about investing in its infrastructure and is widely considered one of the most successful malls in the country...

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What Happens if Your Landlord Raises the Rent Without Notice?
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What Happens if Your Landlord Raises the Rent Without Notice?

Changes to New York rent laws have provided market rate tenants with some protections, but you still have to tread carefully....

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Can I Renovate My Rental Apartment?
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Can I Renovate My Rental Apartment?

Your lease probably includes a clause prohibiting alterations. But do not despair. Can I Renovate My Rental Apartment?

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The Year In Real Estate
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The Year In Real Estate

This year provided some highs and lows for real estate in New York City. Sales records were broken, but the overall market hit the brakes, even as...

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Midtown South, Manhattan: A Commercial Neighborhood Sees an Influx of Residents
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Midtown South, Manhattan: A Commercial Neighborhood Sees an Influx of Residents

The area is filled with office workers and tourists, but it’s also becoming more popular with buyers and renters....

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On Las Vegas Strip, Splashy Stores Elbow In Alongside Casinos
News 2 months ago
On Las Vegas Strip, Splashy Stores Elbow In Alongside Casinos

Developers are clamoring for storefront space as they seek to provide one-of-a-kind experiences for shoppers....

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The Most Popular Properties of October
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The Most Popular Properties of October

The most viewed listings on The New York Times's Find a Home site in October included Manhattan apartments, a sprawling estate in Kansas, and a...

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The Suburban Office Park, an Aging Relic, Seeks a Comeback
News 3 months ago
The Suburban Office Park, an Aging Relic, Seeks a Comeback

When Research Triangle Park in North Carolina opened in 1959, its bucolic setting was considered a major selling point. With office buildings...

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‘She Build’: Creating an All-Women Real Estate Development Team
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‘She Build’: Creating an All-Women Real Estate Development Team

As a highly successful woman in New York's male-dominated development arena, MaryAnne Gilmartin has a "mini-obsession": She wants to oversee a...

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Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
News 3 months ago
Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions

This multifamily residence in Sunnyside was built in 1928. The 3,984-square-foot building has three stories and six apartments. The property sold...

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‘Hostile Architecture’: How Public Spaces Keep the Public Out
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‘Hostile Architecture’: How Public Spaces Keep the Public Out

These are all ways of saying "don't make yourself at home" in public. This so-called hostile architecture has flourished in New York, even as the...

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Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
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Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions

This three-story, 4,000-square-foot building in Ridgewood has two occupied, free-market apartments and one vacant retail unit. Both apartments have...

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Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
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Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions

Two adjacent, five-story multifamily buildings totaling 29,054 square feet were recently sold in the Morrisania neighborhood of the Bronx. The...

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A Quintessential New York Apartment for a Star of “Evil”
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A Quintessential New York Apartment for a Star of “Evil”

Aasif Mandvi is here to tell you that experience richly deserves its reputation as the best teacher. Mr. Mandvi's own particular experiences as a...

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Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
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Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions

This five-story, 20,250-square-foot walk-up in the Belmont neighborhood was built in 1912. It has 22 apartments and six retail units; tenants...

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Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
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Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions

This six-story, 76,438-square-foot building in the Midwood neighborhood was built in 1938. It has 67 residential units, including studios and one...

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A Rent-Stabilized Apartment on Central Park? Of Course He’s Staying
News 4 months ago
A Rent-Stabilized Apartment on Central Park? Of Course He’s Staying

Ian Jarvis was told that his building was going condo and that he would have to move. Happily, that wasn’t the end of the story....

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Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
News 4 months ago
Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions

Built in 1905, this two-story, 4,040-square-foot commercial building in the Clinton Hill neighborhood has one unit, which is vacant, and a basement...

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What if You Could Rent an Apartment Without a Security Deposit?
News 4 months ago
What if You Could Rent an Apartment Without a Security Deposit?

Start-ups are disrupting the practice of shelling out thousands of dollars to rent a home....

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Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
News 5 months ago
Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions

The buyer plans renovations to 1685-1687 First Avenue on Manhattan's Upper East Side. This six-story building on the Upper East Side has 27...

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To Meet Demand for Green Buildings, Developers Get a Leg Up
News 5 months ago
To Meet Demand for Green Buildings, Developers Get a Leg Up

Developers grappling with the cost of new laws enacted to combat climate change are taking advantage a little-known finance tool to help pay for...

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Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
News 5 months ago
Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions

This five-story, mixed-used building on the Upper West Side has 9,975 square feet. Built in 1900, it has eight occupied apartments and three retail...

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Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
News 6 months ago
Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions

This commercial condo unit in Queens Crossing, a 12-story shopping and office complex in Flushing, has a total of 6,817 square feet and has been...

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Who’s to Blame When Algorithms Discriminate?
News 6 months ago
Who’s to Blame When Algorithms Discriminate?

When the Fair Housing Act was passed in 1968, the injustice it aimed to root out in the housing market was often egregious: Real estate agents...

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