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Opinion | Where Are All the Female Architects?

To put it plainly, men are still the face of the profession. “Every single woman architect I know would, I think, say the same thing,” Ms. Berke...

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Opinion | New York City Can Protect Tenants Now

The editorial board represents the opinions of the board, its editor and the publisher. It is separate from the newsroom and the Op-Ed section. A...

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Forget the Suburbs, It’s Country or Bust

Former Park Slope residents Steven Weinberg and Casey Scieszka bought and renovated an aging motel and farmhouse in the Catskills, where they now...

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Rolling the Dice on Development in Dumbo

Ian Cummins, left, and Michael Kravit in their new apartment in Dumbo, Brooklyn. ImageIan Cummins, left, and Michael Kravit in their new apartment...

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The Allure of Vertical Forests

By incorporating trees and plant life in urban architecture, the trees both assist in absorbing carbon dioxide and in producing more oxygen. By...

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What Are the Keys to Economic Recovery?

Downtown Detroit in November 2016. Mayor Mike Duggan has required developers who receive subsidies to ensure that 51 percent of their employees are...

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Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions

This five-story apartment building, at 26 Vandam Street in the Hudson Square section of Manhattan, was sold to a developer for $12 million. This...

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Trump May Choose Critic of Fannie and Freddie to Lead Agency Overseeing Them

Fannie and Freddie are the primary sources of funding for mortgage loans in the United States. The companies do not make loans. Instead, they...

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Affordable Housing on a Megachurch Parking Lot? This Brooklyn Pastor Hopes So

[What you need to know to start the day: Get New York Today in your inbox.] On Sundays, hundreds of cars squeeze into the 10-acre parking lot of a...

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Live-Streaming Your Broke Self for Rent Money

Live-Streaming Your Broke Self for Rent Money Jovan Hill, 25, dropped out of college and is unemployed. So how does he pay for his Brooklyn...

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The New Normal: It’s a Buyer’s Market

Three guests arrived for the recent opening of a three-bedroom rental in the Sutton Place neighborhood of Manhattan, with an asking price of $12...

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The Incredible Shrinking Apartment

While rents continue to go up, the size of the average rental is going down. While rents continue to go up, the size of the average rental is going...

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On the Market: Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan

Click on the slide show to see this week’s featured properties: In Lenox Hill, a roughly 1,250-square-foot, two-bedroom, two-bath apartment with...

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News 1 week ago
House Hunting in … Mexico

“It’s a very high-end boutique building, so there’s a lot of personal care,” Mr. Stroming said. Monterrey, Mexico’s third-largest city, is known as...

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Modern Luxury With Mountain Views

The 4,843-square-foot penthouse atop this 2015 condo building in a suburb of Monterrey, Mexico, is on the market for $4.1 million. The four-bedroom...

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From Homeless to Dream Job in Just One Year

Just a few years before, Mr. Levy had been chosen as prom king at his Brooklyn high school, and he planned to go to college. But as graduation...

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$550,000 Homes in Florida, Indiana and New Hampshire

What You Get for $550,000 A duplex condominium with two bedrooms and two bathrooms This 2010 vacation home of a former Norwegian soccer star is...

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Five Places to Go in Bogotá

As far as Bogotá neighborhoods go, Quinta Camacho is small — about six square blocks. But a wave of new establishments in recent years has made...

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Boomers Create a Surge in Luxury Care Communities

Rich Gifford, a Fountaingrove Lodge resident, watering his garden. The complex in Santa Rosa, Calif., is part of a category of housing called a...

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Digital Divide Is Wider Than We Think, Study Says

Ferry County in northeastern Washington spans more than 2,200 square miles of mostly forestland, rivers and lakes. And according to the Federal...

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Bad Landlord? These Coders Are Here to Help

[What you need to know to start the day: Get New York Today in your inbox.] When Dan Kass moved to New York City in 2013 after graduating from...

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The Return of Bleecker Street

A once-luxe stretch of the West Village that, until recently, was pocked with empty storefronts, is starting to return to its old glory. A once...

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Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions

This 1926 six-story elevator building in West Harlem has 38 apartments — 19 four-bedrooms, 11 three-bedrooms and eight two-bedrooms — of which 32...

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N.Y. Today: Protecting Rent-Stabilized Tenants From Shady Landlords

Catch up: In May, The New York Times ran a series called “Unsheltered” (Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3) that examined why many rent-regulated apartments...

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News 2 weeks ago
Should I Warn Prospective Tenants About My Noisy Neighbor?

Q: I live in a rent-stabilized apartment in Chelsea, next door to an extremely noisy neighbor who treats the place like a one-person karaoke bar....

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New Robert A.M. Stern Condo on Park Avenue Sells for Nearly $74 Million

A new Robert A. M. Stern tower at 520 Park Avenue, shown here in a rendering, had several of November's biggest sales. ImageA new Robert A. M....

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News 2 weeks ago
Climate Change Insurance: Buy Land Somewhere Else

In case global warming makes their homes uninhabitable, some millennials have a Plan B: investing in places like the Catskills, Oregon and Vermont....

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Finding That ‘Historic Feel’ in Jackson Heights

Barrett Brown-Fried, left, and Stephen Brown-Fried in their new Jackson Heights apartment. ImageBarrett Brown-Fried, left, and Stephen Brown-Fried...

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On the Market: Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan

Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and ManhattanThis week’s properties are in Hell’s Kitchen, Midtown South and Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn. On the Market in...

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On the Market in New York City

A one-bedroom, one-bath co-op with a renovated kitchen and bathroom, oversized windows and high ceilings in a prewar doorman building. Maggie Chong...

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