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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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Florence Knoll Bassett, 101, Designer of the Modern American Office, Dies

Florence Knoll Bassett in 1961. For 20 years she was instrumental in building Knoll Associates into the largest and most prestigious high-end...

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The Romance of Real Estate

Brokers learn a lot about their clients in a very short time, and occasionally the relationship lasts long after the deal gets signed. “Sometimes...

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How Luxury Developers Use the ‘Void’ to Build Sky High

How Luxury Developers Use the ‘Void’ to Build Sky High How Luxury Developers Use the ‘Void’ to Build Sky HighHow Luxury Developers Use the ‘Void’...

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The Hedge Fund Manager Who Just Paid $238 Million for a Manhattan Penthouse

Here’s what else we know about the billionaire Kenneth Griffin and how he spends his money (besides buying New York’s most expensive apartment)....

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Are Electric Cars Only for the Rich? Sacramento Is Challenging That Notion

Are Electric Cars Only for the Rich? Sacramento Is Challenging That Notion Are Electric Cars Only for the Rich? Sacramento Is Challenging That...

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Tycoon of the Pre-Owned

Racking it up: Julie Wainwright at one of her humongous warehouses. Jason Henry for The New York TimesRacking it up: Julie Wainwright at one of her...

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Beyond the Built-in Bookcase

The best built-ins aren’t just for books. How about a built-in for the dog, or the in-laws?Kimberly Handler, an interior designer in Greenwich,...

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Can I Fit a Bed and a Dresser in Here?

Can I Fit a Bed and a Dresser in Here? Can I Fit a Bed and a Dresser in Here?A California transplant discovers how small Manhattan apartments can...

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The Treasure Behind the Wall

The Treasure Behind the WallThe Treasure Behind the WallSomething in the new Oscar de la Renta boutique in Paris was not what it seemed. The 17th...

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If You Don’t Think Your Office Is a War Zone You Are Fooling Yourself

If You Don’t Think Your Office Is a War Zone You Are Fooling Yourself If You Don’t Think Your Office Is a War Zone You Are Fooling Yourself If You...

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For a Deal, How About a Park Avenue Fixer-Upper?

For a Deal, How About a Park Avenue Fixer-Upper?For a Deal, How About a Park Avenue Fixer-Upper?Some prewar co-ops are selling at discounts of as...

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Microsoft’s Leap Into Housing Illuminates Government’s Retreat

The pledge of $500 million to help build affordable housing in Seattle reflects a nationwide void in addressing the problem. The pledge of $500...

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New York’s Lost Department Stores

Whether or not you shopped there, you should be sorry to see Henri Bendel and Lord & Taylor’s flagship go. The "street of shops" at Henri Bendel in...

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‘Rent’ in Pictures, in Advance of ‘Rent’ on TV

‘Rent’ in Pictures, in Advance of ‘Rent’ on TV ‘Rent’ in Pictures, in Advance of ‘Rent’ on TV‘Rent’ in Pictures, in Advance of ‘Rent’ on TVThe...

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Some Americans Are Devastated, Others Oblivious

ST. LOUIS — Andrea Caviedes and her friend, Ximena Gumpel, live in the St. Louis suburbs, have two children and helped plan a Christmas party...

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The Supreme Court May Change the Way You Buy Wine

In Tennessee Wine and Spirits Retailers Association v. Blair, the court will consider whether states can prohibit retail wine shops from shipping...

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George the Snail, Believed to Be the Last of His Species, Dies at 14 in Hawaii

This snail, named George, died on Jan. 1. Scientists believe he was the last of his species, which was native to the Hawaiian island of Oahu....

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In Seattle, Creating Community by Collecting Art and Artists

On Shaun Kardinal’s wall, left to right: “Royalties Wanted,” by Anthony White (2018); an untitled painting by Ken Kelly (2010); and “500/500,” by...

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There Is a Free Lunch, After All. It’s at the Office.

At the American Enterprise Institute, a conservative think tank in Washington, employees get a free buffet of dishes like prime rib, crab cakes and...

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Trump Says ‘Not Much Headway’ in Talks as Shutdown Enters Third Week

Trump Says ‘Not Much Headway’ in Talks as Shutdown Enters Third Week Trump Says ‘Not Much Headway’ in Talks as Shutdown Enters Third WeekTrump Says...

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Where the Thirst for Literature Meets the Thirst for Beer

Book bindings serve as tap handles for the many craft-beer selections at Books & Brews. Where the Thirst for Literature Meets the Thirst for Beer...

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Thai That Takes a Cue From Its Brooklyn Neighbors

Thai That Takes a Cue From Its Brooklyn Neighbors Thai That Takes a Cue From Its Brooklyn NeighborsJeenah Moon for The New York TimesWun maprao onn...

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What’s Coming in New York Real Estate in 2019

What’s Coming in New York Real Estate in 2019 Brad Dickson for The New York TimesWhat’s Coming in New York Real Estate in 2019 An already soft...

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Full Shutdown of L Train Is Halted by Cuomo

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said that workers will use a new plan to repair the tunnel between Manhattan and Brooklyn. Trains would still run at night and...

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What a French Doctor’s Office Taught Me About Health Care

What a French Doctor’s Office Taught Me About Health CareI moved to Europe because I couldn’t afford to be a cancer patient in America. I’d rather...

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California Forces Pet Stores to Sell Only Dogs and Cats From Shelters

California Forces Pet Stores to Sell Only Dogs and Cats From Shelters California Forces Pet Stores to Sell Only Dogs and Cats From SheltersA dog at...

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Log Cabins? No, These Wooden Buildings Are High-Rises

Log Cabins? No, These Wooden Buildings Are High-Rises Log Cabins? No, These Wooden Buildings Are High-RisesOne of a pair of timber office buildings...

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‘The Train Was So Packed That It Was Difficult for Me to Do What I Always Did’

‘The Train Was So Packed That It Was Difficult for Me to Do What I Always Did’ ‘The Train Was So Packed That It Was Difficult for Me to Do What I...

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China’s Property Market Strains the World

A glut of unwanted apartments gets part of the blame for a slowdown in the world’s second-largest economy. In some places, homeowners are taking to...

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