Real Estate

Real Estate

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Building with shipping containers isn’t exactly new, but until recently it hasn’t been exactly mainstream either. Now, though, it is becoming a lot more popular, as eco-friendly practices ...
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Washington has a long maritime history, said Stanton Eckstut, a principal at the architecture firm EE&K, which is now a part of Perkins Eastman Architects and the Wharf’s ...
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A house they saw in Darien was charming, but it was on a busy thoroughfare, West Avenue, that was a bus route. And the asking price, Ms. Caruso ...
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Jennifer Raab, a former chairwoman of the Landmarks Preservation Commission and now the president of Hunter College, called Ms. Matz “a persistent watchdog with a laser focus on ...
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By the time he left rehab in 2005, his parents’ house, where he had been living, had been sold, and all of his possessions, including his beloved collection ...
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But with only a few months left until the building’s completion, just 15 of the 31 units are under contract or reserved, eight of them with private pools, ...
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The reason for their constant transformation, he explained, is not the assaults of wind or water, which never seem to trouble the neatly interlocking rocks. Someone keeps knocking ...
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Whether rock ’n’ roll rehearsal rooms, Imax theaters, bike-repair stations, stargazing sessions, woodworking shops, greenhouses for growing herbs, or those doga classes, out-there amenities are in some ways ...
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In “A Worldly Affair: New York, the United Nations and the Story Behind Their Unlikely Bond,” Ms. Hanlon recalls the city’s mid-1940s struggle to become the U.N.’s headquarters ...
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It’s all a matter of priorities. “Certain people want something that no one else has lived in,” said Frances Katzen, an associate broker at Douglas Elliman. “They want ...
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