Real Estate

Real Estate

Real Estate

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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“We are hoping to do something really special and in keeping with the neighborhood,” eliminating the ‘eyesore’ the abandoned site had become,” Mr. O’Sullivan said. The 10 models ...
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Ta-Kuang Chang was lying in bed in his Pelham, N.Y., home during a windstorm in 2016 when a 125-year-old tree from his yard crashed through his roof, ...
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But taking on a project like this is no easy task. “Buildings often limit where you can move kitchens, baths and entries,” said Jean Brownhill, the founder and ...
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Asma Kazmi flinched on a recent evening here as she walked out of the community center meeting and came face to face with the charred remains of the ...
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But as we got closer, he fingered the fabric and said dismissively, “Oh, that would wear really badly.” A striking chair in a delicate deep blue fabric was ...
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After a year, her roommate left for business school and her boyfriend, Andrew Bengtsen, joined her. He had been sharing a place in the East Village with roommates. ...
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The self-proclaimed “Prince of Montauk” is still riding high. Last year, after he was the subject of a profile in Vanity Fair — in which he was described ...
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The renovated hunting cabin, which he rents for $1,000 a month (a little less than half of his Williamsburg rent), lies down a long dirt driveway, off a ...
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A year ago, the couple visited a one-bedroom co-op, with more than 1,300 square feet, in a former factory building on Barrow Street. The interior was dated. It ...
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