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April 19, 2010
Where to Live in 2014

Everyone wants to spot the next Soho or Park Slope. Ten real-estate experts offer their nominees.

April 19, 2010
Deliciousness Block by Block

From ntakos in Astoria to tacos in Rockaway Beach, our critics’ favorite comestibles in selected neighborhoods.

April 6, 2009
Atlantic Yards, Inch by Inch

You can sue, sue, sue—but nothing ruins megaplans like a crashing economy.

May 28, 2007
Map No. 15: Washington Heights

Washington Heights, home to the Cloisters and the American Academy of Arts and Letters, has a know-your-neighbor atmosphere, delicious food finds, green parks, and gay bars.

December 18, 2006
The Heights Report

The best of Prospect Heights, neighborhood-slash-metaphor.

February 10, 2014
From Urb to Burb

If you can’t stomach being outbid on yet another crummy railroad apartment, it might be time to consider heading farther afield.

December 23, 2013
Covetable Home FAQs

How to get past a co-op board, score a rent-stabilized apartment, and more.

December 23, 2013
On the Market

A garage, a key to Gramercy Park, and an Upper East Side limestone mansion can all be yours.

December 23, 2013
The Covetables

Yes, we’d all like to live in the Dakota. Or 740 Park, the Beresford, or 15 CPW. In addition to those old standbys of lust-worthiness, the city is brimming with slightly less bold-faced but equally desirable buildings—that are just as impossible to penetrate. Here, a peek inside the Red Hook rental with a 40-person wait list, the Fifth Avenue co-op straight out of an Edith Wharton novel, and the $525-a-month Chelsea studio.

November 11, 2013
It’s What’s on the Inside (of the Pantry) That Counts

Developers looking to push their properties on an ever-discerning clientele have taken to curating the cupboards of their model apartments. Below, cashew butter, designer jams, and other treats that can seal the deal.

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