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The Hunt: The First Priority: Counter Space
For Adrienne Cheatham, a chef, and Stephen Bailey, founder of an online consulting firm, the kitchen was all-important.

Calculator: Manhattan’s Most Expensive Condos
One square foot can cost more than $5,000 on average in New York City’s most expensive condo buildings.

The High End: A Prewar Building’s History Becomes an Amenity
Developers converting prewar buildings into condominiums have turned to historians to help bring the historic cachet to life.

On the Market: Homes for Sale in Connecticut and New Jersey
This week’s properties include a five-bedroom house in Wall Township, N.J., and a two-bedroom townhouse in Southport, Conn.

On the Market: Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan
This week’s properties are in NoMad, Greenwich Village and Brooklyn Heights.

What You Get: $1.3 Million Homes in Oregon, California and New York
A 1933 Tudor revival home in Beaverton, a hillside home in Sea Ranch and a one-bedroom co-op in Manhattan near Central Park.

International Real Estate: House Hunting in … Spain
While some parts of Spain’s real estate market remain depressed, demand and prices are rising in major cities and tourist destinations like Seville.

Living In: Brooklyn Heights: 19th-Century Streets and 21st-Century Changes
With the development of Brooklyn Bridge Park and new luxury housing, Brooklyn Heights is drawing international tourists and ever-more-affluent buyers.

On Location: A Minnesota Lake House Built on Legend
Most renovations come with surprises. But no one expected those old stories to be true.

Shopping Guide: Shopping for Outdoor Dining Chairs
The ideal outdoor dining chair isn’t simply a more durable version of an interior chair. It should encourage lounging.

Ask Real Estate: The Neighbor’s Fence Is an Eyesore. What to Do?
The fence next door, an amalgam of plywood, corrugated roofing and old doors, has ruined the view. But it may not be against the law.

For Some in the Hamptons, It’s Not a Home Without a Dock
The Hamptons may be known for its party circuit, but it is also a haven for boaters, many of whom want to be able set sail straight from home.

The Ever Evolving North Fork
As people who are priced out of the Hamptons continue to explore the North Fork, once quiet hamlets are becoming livelier and more upscale.

8 Cheap, Landlord-Friendly Ways to Upgrade Your Rental
Here are some affordable, luxurious upgrades for your rental that won’t make your landlord mad and are easy to undo when it’s time to move.

On the Market in New York City
This week’s properties are in NoMad, Greenwich Village and Brooklyn Heights.

On the Market in the New York Region
This week’s properties include a five-bedroom house in Wall Township, N.J., and a two-bedroom townhouse in Southport, Conn.

These Houses Have the Ultimate Water View
As cities run out of space, the water is one of the last remaining zones for centrally located development.

Lisbon Is Thriving. But at What Price for Those Who Live There?
Who has gained and who has lost is a divisive issue for residents, and Europe, as it comes to terms with what its lost decade has wrought.

A 19th-Century Andalusian Home
This 13,000-square-foot house, on 8.7 acres of olive groves, is on the market for 3.5 million euros, or about $4.12 million.

What You Get for $1.3 Million
A 1933 Tudor revival home in Beaverton, Ore.; a hillside condominium in Sea Ranch, Calif.; and a one-bedroom co-op in New York City.

Living In ... Brooklyn Heights
With the development of Brooklyn Bridge Park and new luxury housing, Brooklyn Heights is drawing international tourists and ever-more-affluent buyers.

Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

A New Foundation for a Family Home
Most renovations come with surprises. But no one expected those old stories to be true.

Unsheltered: What You Need to Know as a New York Tenant
The city’s housing system can be complicated to navigate. Here’s a quick primer on what your rights are and how to exercise them.

What's Selling Now: Homes That Sold for Around $600,000
Recent residential sales in New York City and the region

Massimo Ferragamo’s Park Avenue Duplex
The apartment, on the eighth and ninth floors of 655 Park Avenue, has five bedrooms and a 3,000-square foot terrace.

Exclusive: Massimo Ferragamo’s Duplex on the Market for $18 Million
The apartment, on the eighth and ninth floors of 655 Park Avenue, has five bedrooms and a 3,000-square foot terrace.

A House With Its Own Dock
For some homeowners in the Hamptons, being able to set sail straight from home is more important than being right on the ocean.



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