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Sears Is Dying, but Workers’ Loyalty Lives On

Sears Is Dying, but Workers’ Loyalty Lives On Sears Is Dying, but Workers’ Loyalty Lives OnAcross the country, legions of former employees gather...

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Manhattan Real Estate Slows After Years of Record Activity

“It’s like we came off the autobahn: It feels very slow relative to the last three to four year years, but historically it’s not.”New York’s...

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T’s Most Thrilling Long Reads From 2018

A profile of Solange, an hour-by-hour chronicle of New York in the early ’80s, a look at Michigan as a hotbed of Modernist architecture — and more....

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An ‘Amazon Effect’ on Queens Real Estate? Brokers Say It’s Real.

An ‘Amazon Effect’ on Queens Real Estate? Brokers Say It’s Real. An ‘Amazon Effect’ on Queens Real Estate? Brokers Say It’s Real. Kaya Lee, sales...

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Did a Queens Podiatrist Help Donald Trump Avoid Vietnam?

The office where Dr. Larry Braunstein practiced podiatry in Jamaica, Queens. His daughters say he came to Donald J. Trump’s aid with a diagnosis of...

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New York City’s Public Housing Is in Crisis. Will Washington Take Control?

Mayor Bill de Blasio and Ben Carson, the secretary for housing and urban development, met this week to discuss New York City's public housing. And...

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Fighting Rent-to-Own Racism This Christmas

For low-income shoppers, the holiday season can be particularly precarious. Mr. Coleman is a writer who covers race and economics.I am not done...

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Hey Neighbor, Can I Buy Your Apartment?

Expanding your home by acquiring the apartment next door is as much about luck and timing as it is about money in your bank account. Erissa Scalera...

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The Postal Worker’s Christmas

ImageThe post office on Isle au Haut, Me., population 73. A Trump task force is proposing reducing postal services in rural areas....

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For a Yemeni in N.Y., the Agony of Who’s Been Left Behind

Ahmed Abdulwahab holding his daughter, Areg. Mr. Abdulwahab is an American citizen living in Brooklyn, but his Yemeni wife is stuck in Djibouti,...

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The Incredible Shrinking Apartment

It’s no secret that rents are on the rise, which means you get less space for the money. But if you’re feeling cramped, there may be another reason...

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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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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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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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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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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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Boomers Create a Surge in Luxury Care Communities

“You’re basically investing in your future health care and future needs,” said Stephen Maag, director of residential communities for LeadingAge, an...

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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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The Return of Bleecker Street

“Bleecker was never meant to be Fifth Avenue 2.0,” said Sara Fay, the vice president for marketing at Brookfield Properties. “We wanted brands with...

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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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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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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

Several other notable transactions took place in the month of November. Keith Richards, the Rolling Stones guitarist, finally sold his Greenwich...

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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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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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Finding That ‘Historic Feel’ in Jackson Heights

Tired of pouring money into rent, they traded the charmless modernity of a Brooklyn high-rise for the allure of a prewar co-op in Queens. Tired of...

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House Hunting in … Argentina

In the fertile wine country of Mendoza, the housing market is faltering after a sharp decline in the Argentine peso. In the fertile wine country of...

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