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How Tariffs Could Make That New Apartment More Expensive

How Tariffs Could Make That New Apartment More Expensive

Tariffs on steel manufactured in China and elsewhere will make construction more expensive in New York City.

House Hunting in … Costa Rica

House Hunting in … Costa Rica

Brett Gundlock for The New York Times

House Hunting in … Austria

House Hunting in … Austria

Franz Neumayr for The New York Times

When the Downstairs Neighbors Become Best Friends

When the Downstairs Neighbors Become Best Friends

The downstairs neighbors have become almost like roommates with the upstairs neighbors in this house on the border of Bushwick and Bedford-Stuyvesant, in Brooklyn.

New Parks Sprout Around New York

New Parks Sprout Around New York

Tony Cenicola/The New York Times

Does a For Sale Sign Help Sell a House?

Does a For Sale Sign Help Sell a House?

For Sale signs have increased along the roads of New Canaan, Conn., in the past year as inventory has grown.

How Does Your Landlord Calculate Your Rent?

How Does Your Landlord Calculate Your Rent?

As a first-time landlord, Amuche Chukudebelu had a hard time figuring out just how much rent to charge.

The Lobby Curator

The Lobby Curator

Actor and art curator Alexander Di Persia stands in front of the painting SP 179 by Sterling Ruby, in the lobby of 767 Third Avenue.

When the Landlord Tries to Break Up With You

When the Landlord Tries to Break Up With You

When Eugenia Forteza and Mimi Klipstine lost a roommate, they decided to move from a three-bedroom to a two-bedroom in the same building in Washington Heights.

Don’t Mind the Day Care Downstairs

Don’t Mind the Day Care Downstairs

Wendy George-Bush runs Weebee Kids Daycare on the first floor of the Bedford-Stuyvesant home where her husband grew up.

A Phoenix Transplant Buys in Brooklyn

A Phoenix Transplant Buys in Brooklyn

THE RENTER For Lindsey Olson, a transplant from Phoenix, $2,400 a month for rent seemed insane. The one-bedroom she bought in Prospect Heights increases her monthly outlay by about $400, but she’s building equity.

Six Short Blocks With a Lot to Say

Six Short Blocks With a Lot to Say

Donna Florio is at work on a chatty, anecdotal history of Bank Street, her home address for nearly her entire life. Among those who have shared its sidewalks with her are John and Yoko, Bella Abzug, the real-life Auntie Mame and Sid Vicious.

Sure, Build It in My Backyard

Sure, Build It in My Backyard

Nikolai Fedak, 23, at work in his TriBeCa office on the website New York Yimby, which stands for Yes in My Back Yard. His satellite office is the street.

When a Mega-Mansion Runs Over Budget

When a Mega-Mansion Runs Over Budget

The 35,500-square-foot home of Ziad Ghandour was supposed to cost $13 million and take two years to complete. Instead, the bill came to $20 million and the project took five years.

House Hunting in … Mexico

House Hunting in … Mexico

Adrian Wilson for The New York Times


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