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Feeding the Financial District

Feeding the Financial District

Peter Poulakakos owns no fewer than 10 restaurants south of Chambers Street, and he has several other projects in the works, including the Pier A Harbor House, which overlooks the Hudson River in Battery Park.

A Los Angeles Transplant Decides to Stay

A Los Angeles Transplant Decides to Stay

Revalyn Gold, an actress, sometimes finds New York "unnecessarily barren," but she likes "all the avenues that lead to art and culture."

Homes for Sale in New York State

Homes for Sale in New York State

Adam Macchia for The New York Times

Middle-Class Lament: Rent

Middle-Class Lament: Rent

A one-bedroom on the Upper West Side is a tight fit for Michael and Melanie Bellanger Boyer, their baby, a dog, a cat and their budget.

Two Penthouses Sell for $60 Million, and John Mellencamp Buys in SoHo

Two Penthouses Sell for $60 Million, and John Mellencamp Buys in SoHo

Two half-floor sponsor units on the 91st floor of 432 Park Avenue sold to an unknown buyer for $60 million. This was New York City’s most expensive closed sale in January, according to property records.

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 Right Backdrop for Art Is Bold. Or Maybe It’s Neutral?

The Right Backdrop for Art Is Bold. Or Maybe It’s Neutral?

The right color, no matter how intense, focuses attention on the artwork. (A reproduction Goya painting pops against a wall painted in Beau Green from Benjamin Moore.)

Two Twisting Towers Come to the Far West Side

Two Twisting Towers Come to the Far West Side

The Bjarke Ingels Group has designed two travertine-clad towers, which twist and shift proportions as they rise, between 10th and 11th Avenues, and 17th and 18th Streets.

A Guide Who Knows the Turf

A Guide Who Knows the Turf

Tama Robertson, a real estate broker, learned about housing discrimination firsthand when she and her wife were apartment hunting.

Activist Investors Have a New Favorite Target: REITs

Activist Investors Have a New Favorite Target: REITs

Gregory Cohen, an activist investor, is the founder of Rambleside Holdings. “We’re just not afraid or intimidated to go after companies that are acting in an inappropriate way,” he said.

 Power Lifting of a Residential Kind

Power Lifting of a Residential Kind

Jay Wright and his Wright Fit company are behind several high-end fitness centers in luxury residential projects.

House Hunting in … Portugal

House Hunting in … Portugal

Andre Goncalves for The New York Times

House Hunting in … Germany

House Hunting in … Germany

Andreas Meichsner for The New York Times

House Hunting in … Belize

House Hunting in … Belize

Benedict Kim for The New York Times

New Apartment Tower Will Be One of City’s Biggest

New Apartment Tower Will Be One of City’s Biggest

A rendering of the Max, a rental from TF Cornerstone, at 606 West 57th Street.


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