- March 13, 2006 | Real Estate
- On That Famous Thoroughfare
Prime Park Avenue gets its first new building in decades—and somehow, the neighborhood accepts it.
- March 6, 2006 | Real Estate
- Out With the New, In With the Newer
At Peter Cooper Village and Stuyvesant Town, big rent hikes take the new breed of tenants by surprise.
- February 27, 2006 | Real Estate
- Abandoning the Paper Trail
Is it possible to buy a New York apartment without consuming an entire forest?
- February 20, 2006 | Real Estate
- No Pets, No Parties—No Smoking?
A co-op votes to declare itself smoke-free, and potential buyers fume
- February 13, 2006
- Harlem: An Appreciation
How a plumber named Ziggy went from bankruptcy to $2 million in real-estate holdings in half a decade.
- February 13, 2006 | Real Estate
- Giving It All Away
Do-gooder groups with townhouse headquarters are cashing out with the best intentions.
- February 6, 2006 | Real Estate
- Naming Rites
That punchy name on your new building may sound like a trifle—but it probably cost a bundle.
- January 23, 2006 | Real Estate
- You’ve Won a Free Week in New York!
Time-shares in Manhattan? They do exist—and even the Plaza is offering a (very highbrow) version.
- January 16, 2006 | Real Estate
- An Uphill Slope
You knew Park Slope brownstones were pricey. But the 2005 statistics will send you fleeing to Manhattan.
- December 26, 2005 | Reasons to Love New York
- Because We Wouldn't Trade a Patch of Grass for $528,783,552,000
123 reasons to love New York.