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The Underground Apartment Market

The Underground Apartment Market

Stefano Ukmar for The New York Times

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 … Austria

House Hunting in … Austria

Franz Neumayr for The New York Times

After Some Awful Apartments, Finally a Nice Room in Bushwick

After Some Awful Apartments, Finally a Nice Room in Bushwick

Simon Hanes describes his room in a Bushwick house-share as “cozy,” though others might opt for a different word. He had to remove the closet door because it would not be possible to have both the door and a bed.

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.

A First Apartment, With (Almost) Zero Waste

A First Apartment, With (Almost) Zero Waste

Amanda Lindner moved into her first apartment without roommates, with a zero-waste mind-set: She tried to do it without buying anything new.

New Buildings Rise in Flood Zones

New Buildings Rise in Flood Zones

Stefano Ukmar for The New York Times

Living in Color

Living in Color

Roberta Freymann, who created the lifestyle brand Roberta Roller Rabbit, prefers bright paint colors for her rooms because she believes they boost productivity and creativity.

A Conversation With Jane Gol

A Conversation With Jane Gol

Jane Gol, the president of Continental Ventures, a developer.

Dogs and Cats and Decorating: It’s Easier Than You Think

Dogs and Cats and Decorating: It’s Easier Than You Think

One way to make your home pet-friendly without sacrificing style is to use fabrics that hide dirt, like this Bunny Williams throw, designed in collaboration with Annie Selke.

Mixing Generations and Styles in the Hamptons

Mixing Generations and Styles in the Hamptons

Eric Striffler for The New York Times

House Hunting in … Italy

House Hunting in … Italy

Andrea Wyner for The New York Times

Finding a Way to Stay in Harlem

Finding a Way to Stay in Harlem

Kathy Smith has lived in Harlem for 19 years, and says “Harlem is not only a place, it’s a spirit, a feeling.”

How to Avoid a Renovation Nightmare

How to Avoid a Renovation Nightmare

Alan Goldman, left, and Terri Goldman hired a contractor to renovate a bathroom in their house in Niskayuna, N.Y., but although the contractor was paid more than $11,000, he never finished the job.

Interest in Court Square Condo Spikes Thanks to Amazon

Interest in Court Square Condo Spikes Thanks to Amazon

Skyline Tower is being built across from the former Citicorp building in Long Island City, Queens, where Amazon has leased one million square feet of space.


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