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Landmark Deal Reached on Rent Protections for Tenants in N.Y.
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Landmark Deal Reached on Rent Protections for Tenants in N.Y.

Newly empowered Democratic leaders in Albany announced a landmark agreement on Tuesday to strengthen New York's rent laws and tenant protections,...

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Albany Can Make History for Tenants - The New York Times
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Albany Can Make History for Tenants - The New York Times

Gov. Andrew Cuomo could make history soon by signing legislation to reverse a quarter-century-long erosion of rent protections that cover over 40...

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Leaving Williamsburg for Better Value in Brooklyn
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Leaving Williamsburg for Better Value in Brooklyn

Allie Conti and Dory Carr-Harris met at work, at Vice Media in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, nearly four years ago. A year later, Ms. Conti moved from...

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The Suburbs Are Coming to a City Near You
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The Suburbs Are Coming to a City Near You

SAN FRANCISCO - The roof deck of this new apartment complex is over half of an acre, and currently a concrete construction zone. But soon it will...

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6 of I.M. Pei’s Most Important Works
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6 of I.M. Pei’s Most Important Works

By The New York TimesBorn in Guangzhou, China, in 1917, I. M. Pei had a career in architecture that spanned over 60 years. Mr. Pei, who moved to...

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The Company That Sells Love to America Had a Dark Secret
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The Company That Sells Love to America Had a Dark Secret

The pay-and-promotions lawsuit against Sterling Jewelers Inc. began the way a lot of these things begin: In 2005, Dawn Souto-Coons walked out of...

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A New Recruitment Tool for Construction
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A New Recruitment Tool for Construction

Plastic excavators, bulldozers and cranes fueled by imagination have long captivated toddlers. Now, the construction industry is trying to attract...

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As Office Tenants Expect More Tech, Even the Windows Get Smart
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As Office Tenants Expect More Tech, Even the Windows Get Smart

Office developers and landlords once had to think only about supplying electricity, plumbing and heating to workplaces, leaving tenants to design...

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When a Phone App Opens Your Apartment Door, but You Just Want a Key

The third floor of the warehouse on West 45th Street in Manhattan was a sprawl of rotting wood when the two artists first arrived. Yet through the...

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Hudson Yards Is Manhattan’s Biggest, Newest, Slickest Gated Community. Is This the Neighborhood New York Deserves?
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Hudson Yards Is Manhattan’s Biggest, Newest, Slickest Gated Community. Is This the Neighborhood New York Deserves?

Hudson Yards presented the city with a grand opportunity to remake Manhattan’s West Side. But what has arrived? A review of the most ambitious...

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Amazon’s Tax Breaks and Incentives Were Big. Hudson Yards’ Are Bigger.

At Hudson Yards, the expansive real estate development that is about to open in Manhattan, seven floors of retail are occupied by Fendi, Dior,...

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Revitalization Projects Reawaken Downtown Los Angeles
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Revitalization Projects Reawaken Downtown Los Angeles

Los Angeles’s downtown was little more than a sleepy office district not too long ago, where tens of thousands of suburbanites would clear out by...

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So Long to St. Mark’s Comics
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So Long to St. Mark’s Comics

I stopped in to St. Mark's Comics one day last week to paw through what was left of the merchandise, a few days after the store's owner, Mitch...

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Inside the Rise and Fall of a Multimillion-Dollar Airbnb Scheme
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Inside the Rise and Fall of a Multimillion-Dollar Airbnb Scheme

From the outside, there was nothing especially notable about the small white building on the corner of a cobblestone street in TriBeCa. But until...

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How to Throw an Intimate Dinner Party With Your Neighbor
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How to Throw an Intimate Dinner Party With Your Neighbor

The fashion designer and former model Jane Mayle has lived on the top floor of an 1860s rowhouse on 12th Street ever since she was a student at...

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An Age-Appropriate Place Downtown
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An Age-Appropriate Place Downtown

A year after moving to New York, Michael Dellon and Christos Livanos felt almost as if they were still living in their suburban hometown, Armonk, N...

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A Better Way to Attract Amazon’s Jobs
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A Better Way to Attract Amazon’s Jobs

When Amazon abandoned its plans to build a new headquarters in New York, the foes of corporate greed declared victory. Yet, should all the outrage...

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Blaming Political Climate, Trumps Give Up on New Hotels

In the early months of the Trump administration, with the president no longer running his family business, his eldest sons embarked on a plan to...

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The Perfect Rent-Controlled Apartment

A retired actor found what he thought was an ideal place to live in Greenwich Village in 1955, for $90 a month. He never left. Albert S. Bennett is...

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Does My Apartment Have to Be So Hot in the Winter?

Does My Apartment Have to Be So Hot in the Winter? Does My Apartment Have to Be So Hot in the Winter?Does My Apartment Have to Be So Hot in the...

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Another Real Estate Record. Go Figure.

That’s how much Kenneth Griffin, the billionaire hedge fund manager and trophy home collector, paid last week, after taxes and fees, for a nearly...

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Amazon’s Sales Growth Slows, Even as Cloud Business Stays Hot

Amazon reported that its retail sales and services revenue grew 17 percent, to almost $65 billion globally, in the latest quarter. Amazon reported...

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Here’s What the Fed’s Halt on Interest Rates Means for Your Wallet

Here’s What the Fed’s Halt on Interest Rates Means for Your Wallet Here’s What the Fed’s Halt on Interest Rates Means for Your WalletThere are...

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A Canadian Scores From Long Distance

When the N. B.A. came calling, a Vancouver physiotherapist took a shot in Brooklyn.Stefania Rizzo in her new apartment in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. ...

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The Scrappy Brooklyn Restaurant That Forever Changed New York’s Food Scene

The Scrappy Brooklyn Restaurant That Forever Changed New York’s Food Scene The Scrappy Brooklyn Restaurant That Forever Changed New York’s Food...

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How to Make Your Office More Ergonomically Correct

If your office leaves you with pain in your wrists, back or neck, it doesn’t have to be that way — in fact, it shouldn’t. Here’s how to fix it. If...

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The Battle to Make the Strand a Landmark Is About More Than a Building

The Battle to Make the Strand a Landmark Is About More Than a Building The Battle to Make the Strand a Landmark Is About More Than a BuildingThe...

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How Do You Measure a Show You Were Never Meant to See?

Jordan Fisher, left, and Brennin Hunt in “Rent” on Fox. Hunt injured his foot, so most of what viewers saw on Fox on Sunday night was a previously...

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Karachi Seeks to Remake Itself, With Bulldozers Leading the Way

Empress Market in Karachi, Pakistan, where shops were bulldozed in November as part of a government campaign against unofficial construction....

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My Elderly Tenant Pays the Rent Late Every Month. What Can I Do?

Late fees are more complicated than they might seem, not least because the tenant must agree to pay them. Late fees are more complicated than they...

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