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What You Can Buy for...$8 Million
Raising the Barrier
Architects fight terror with style.
Brooklyn’s Great Prospect?
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You Wanna Piece of This?
Rao’s opens its doors to residents—but they’ll have to do their own cooking.
Pick Up a House on Your Way Home
Storefront realty offices proliferate in Manhattan, as brokers hope for foot traffic and even impulse buyers.
Feeding the Frenzy
FreshDirect helps buyers choose apples and Asiago—and, increasingly, apartments.
Valley of the Deals
Why has Manhattan Valley been so slow to gentrify? Maybe because buyers aren’t quite sure where it is.
Foxtons: The Sequel
The lowball brokers came to Manhattan in 2002—and ﬂopped. One new business plan later, they’re back.
Take Me to the River
A lack of inventory drives the Fifth-and-Park crowd all the way to East End Avenue.
A Million-Dollar Room
Seven figures for 700 square feet? Hey, you get a bathroom, too!
How vulnerable are you? A risk analysis.
Saving the Planet, New York–Style
Driven by green of both kinds—environmentalism and money—developers are siding with tree-huggers.
Getting Out of the Country
What happens when you flee for greener pastures—and hate them?
Following the Money
A Catskills broker opens a satellite office in the belly of the beast.
SWF Seeks 2BR w/SWM
Sometimes your broker can ﬁnd you more than just an apartment.
If you haven’t booked a summer rental yet, don’t despair: In certain areas, there’s still plenty left. What’s happening now in the 2005 market.
The Hottest Spot in Harlem
A dispatch from Hamilton Terrace, ground zero in the Harlem townhouse boom.