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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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Gerri Silver and her husband, Jay, also ended up in Weston by chance. Empty-nesters who sold their home in Ridgefield and were renting, the Silvers were looking to ...
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“I think buyers will appreciate it,” said Mr. Korolik, who explained that the original development site, which he purchased in 2014, consisted of just three lots, meaning that ...
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That’s not the only message New Yorkers receive as we stand outside, say, the seven-foot-tall hedge running along East 46th Street that conceals a private 10,000-square-foot circular driveway ...
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Even taken on its own, the new open-road tolling system promises to have an impact on millions of drivers, perhaps on par with the introduction of E-ZPass lanes ...
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Historic charm The wood lining Ms. Wesson Darwin’s office comes from barns at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Ky. Credit Kate Thornton for The New York Times I ...
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More prosaically, co-living can simply mean roommates and common rooms, like a dorm. For some developers, it’s a form of adaptive reuse: many co-living sites, like WeLive at ...
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As a self-employed musician, Mr. Bodley was concerned about securing approval from a co-op board. “There is a prejudice against us crazy, longhaired types,” he said. Musicians, he ...
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This short stretch along the park has become a “micro-neighborhood,” said Lawrence Lee, an associate broker at Triplemint real estate. “An identity has formed: It’s fun and exciting, ...
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“It’s like school,” she said. 4:58 A.M. Sleep is a popular way of passing the first leg of the trip. Credit Andrew Burton for The New York ...
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