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Real Estate

  1. ask polly
    ‘My Broke Boyfriend Wants Us to Live Together!’No no no no.
  2. real estate
    Can These Towns Become More Like Hudson Without Becoming Hudson?Newburgh, Catskill, and Troy, once downtrodden, are hoping recent revitalization doesn’t get out of hand.
  3. living with money
    ‘I Bought a Brooklyn Apartment on a Librarian’s Salary’A lesson in saving.
  4. Michael Cohen, Whose GoFundMe Is at $165K, Sells NYC Apartments for MillionsDonald Trump’s ex-lawyer is $7 million richer.
  5. Kushner’s Company Fined $201K for False Housing DocumentsThe company submitted fraudulent construction applications, in an alleged bid to force rent-regulated tenants out of its buildings through harassment.
  6. Rich Absentee Landlords Make a Killing from California’s Prop 13Designed originally to protect middle-class homeowners, California’s Prop 13 is now benefiting rich absentee landlords who inherited their properties.
  7. real estate
    A Roller-Coaster Timeline of Lance Bass’s Attempt to Buy the Brady Bunch HouseIncluding drama with a Property Brother.
  8. Why Trump Is ‘Obsessed’ With Revamping the FBI Building: 5 TheoriesMaybe he thinks FBI personnel deserve only the best. Or maybe he wants to shield Trump International Hotel guests from the hideous view.
  9. 13 New York Buildings That Stick Out Like Sore ThumbsThe ultramodernist brownstones, teeny townhouses, and Japanese pagodas that aren’t like their neighbors.
  10. WSJ: Michael Cohen Buys $6.7 Million Tribeca ApartmentThe unit is in a high-rise developed by Donald Trump pals, who gave Cohen a $3.5 million mortgage for the purchase.
  11. art
    Will the Retail Apocalypse Be Good for the Arts?When a Chase Bank becomes a nonprofit.
  12. beyonce inc.
    Did Beyoncé Buy a Church in New Orleans?If you’re Beyoncé, why not?
  13. real estate
    This Is How a Brick-and-Mortar Store Can Thrive in the Age of AmazonOnline shopping isn’t going anywhere, so stores that would rather not shut down are adapting, resulting in a somewhat surprising retail renaissance.
  14. real estate
    This Is How a Brick-and-Mortar Store Can Thrive in the Age of AmazonOnline shopping isn’t going anywhere, so stores that would rather not shut down are adapting, resulting in a somewhat surprising retail renaissance.
  15. real estate
    What Mysterious Rich Person Bought Harvey Weinstein’s West Village Town House?The mystery buyer used a company name.
  16. The Turrets of New York — and the People Who Inhabit ThemA survey of the city’s tiny medieval towers on the Upper West Side, in Crown Heights, and on Staten Island.
  17. real-estate
    You Can Now Buy the Villa From Call Me by Your NameElio’s “artfully dilapidated” 14-room Italian villa is on the market.
  18. Google Is Set to Buy Chelsea Market for More Than $2 BillionDon’t worry: All of the amazing food vendors should be able to stay put.
  19. real estate
    ‘Urine-Soaked’ NJ Condo May Also Have Rats NowBut it sounded so nice!
  20. look book
    The Real-Estate Agent Who Used to Model“I was a model for ten years and was photographed with Givenchy for WWD.”
  21. best of 2017
    The 7 Craziest Celebrity Real Estate Stories of 2017Some light reading for your Friday.
  22. royal wedding 2.0
    Now You Can Live in Meghan Markle’s Toronto Home“It’s a nice thought to think, wow, Prince Harry used this toilet.”
  23. look book
    The Student Who Wants to Be New York’s Top Real-Estate Agent“I knew I wanted to go into real estate after watching Million Dollar Listing. I think it just seems so glamorous.”
  24. real estate
    8,000 People Chipped in to Buy an Old French Castle TogetherThere’s a catch.
  25. hobbies
    The Time-Wasting Magic of Online Real Estate Listings“Redfin is Tinder for married people,” as one friend put it.
  26. The Trump Organization Bails on Its Struggling Soho HotelBusiness has been down since the election.
  27. real estate
    New Jersey Luxury Condo Reportedly Plagued By Urine“There were urine bottles falling out of the ceiling.”
  28. nyc baby
    For Just $14,200 a Month, You Can Live Like a Guy Charged With ConspiracyNew York rent ain’t cheap.
  29. l'amour
    Million-Dollar NYC Condos Feature Breathtaking Views of Public SexCondos overlooking Marcus Garvey Park reportedly have birds-eye views of a popular hookup spot.
  30. Nobody Wants to Live in Ivanka Trump’s Old ApartmentLowering the asking price by 30 percent hasn’t helped.
  31. times square
    Finally Times Square’s Getting a Mad Men Restaurant & Divergent Obstacle CourseLionsgate is planning an “Entertainment City” in midtown.
  32. my two cents
    I’m 32 and Single. Is Buying an Apartment a Terrible Idea?Real estate is a financial and emotional investment.
  33. tv
    HGTV Is a Never-ending Fantasy Loop. Look Deeper, and It Gets Pretty Ugly.There’s nothing more addictively soothing than watching someone flipping homes on HGTV. Until we end up in a real-life rerun of the housing bubble.
  34. Looking Back at Long Island City’s Slow SizzleThe last time we called the neighborhood hot, we might have been a little ahead of schedule.
  35. Life in Long Island City, the Country’s Fastest-Growing NeighborhoodThe neighborhood’s transition has been a long time coming.
  36. quotables
    The 5 Most Annoying Quotes From This Montauk Real-Estate BroDylan Eckardt is at it again.
  37. townhomes
    Looks Like Jay-Z and Beyoncé Accidentally Bought a TownTheir new $90 million mansion has everything.
  38. niche drama
    Justin Theroux Reportedly ‘Terrorized’ His Greenwich Village NeighborWith angry outbursts and barking dogs.
  39. How to Create an Outdoor Shower in the Middle of the CityThe private outdoor shower is one of the rarest — and least practical — amenities. That hasn’t stopped these New Yorkers.
  40. rich person crime
    Gigi Hadid’s Dad Was Just Sentenced to Probation for the Most Rich-Person CrimeHe illegally built a megamansion, of course.
  41. Remembering Our Colleague S. Jhoanna RobledoA tough reporter and a lovely person, gone way, way too soon.
  42. The U.S. Military Is Dropping $130,000 a Month for a Trump Tower RentalTrump hasn’t spent a night at Trump Tower since becoming president, but the Pentagon will be prepared when he does.
  43. The Strange State of New York’s Street-Level Retail StorefrontsThey’re experiencing a combination of withering and supersizing that could have a powerful effect on a city that has always been shaped by shopping.
  44. From Alligator Shoes to Whole Foods: Watching One Harlem Corner Over 28 YearsA photographic history of gentrification at 125th Street and Malcolm X Boulevard.
  45. Donald Trump’s Childhood Home in Queens Will Have a New TenantThe property was listed for rent on Thursday, and it’s already been snatched up.
  46. As Prices Plummet, Trump Palace Residents Work to Change the Building’s NameMore than 30 residents of the Upper East Side high-rise have called for the Palace to drop Trump.
  47. Fancy Prisons for Billionaires Are Reshaping the Manhattan SkylineTo be sure, the inmates of levitating dungeons like 432 Park and 56 Leonard believe they are being pampered.
  48. Jared Kushner’s Family Business Is Pitching U.S. Visas to Investors in ChinaLooking to finance a Jersey City apartment building, Jared’s sister Nicole told investors the project “means a lot to me and my entire family.”
  49. Chinese Firm With Government Ties Pulls Out of Deal With Kushner FamilyThe ‘sweetheart’ deal is dead.
  50. Chinese Firm With Government Ties Gives Kushner Family ‘Sweetheart Deal’Critics are worried that the company is trying to influence U.S. policy with the massive investment.
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