Growing up in the Bronx, Devon Rodriguez always wanted to move to Manhattan. His 20 million followers helped him get there.
Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.
Maintaining a rental property — including making sure water drains properly — is the responsibility of the landlord, not the tenant.
Government investment programs are helping Greek property prices recover from their nadir following the last decade’s debt crisis.
Following a period of editing and rediscovery, austerity and abundance — and a wide range of objets — live side by side in this Bedford-Stuyvesant apartment.
Homeowners who faced flooded basements after Hurricane Ida are pondering how to deal with the possibility of fiercer and more frequent storms.
A historic house in Clinton Hill South has been colonized by painters, designers, poets, architects and activists, living and working together.
The condo board at 432 Park Avenue is suing the developers for construction and design defects that have led to floods, faulty elevators, and electrical explosions.
Even the experts have a hard time choosing favorites. But we pressed them for answers.
Slowing sales, a decline in over-asking contract prices, and fewer bidding wars in many areas are among recent shifts.
This week’s properties are in Midwood, Beekman and Woodlawn.
This week’s properties are a three-bedroom in Huntington Bay, N.Y., and a six-bedroom in Easton, Conn.
You’ll find lots of local indie brands, international design objects and fresh candles.
A Colonial Revival home in Bloomfield Township, an 1845 farmhouse in Lumberville and a three-bedroom condominium in Washington.
The Passaic County township is within commuting distance of Manhattan, but its lakes and green spaces encourage boating, swimming and hiking.
The technology giant has built a sprawling campus on the West Side of Manhattan and has 12,000 employees in the city.
Occupancy rates and rents are at record highs, drawing investors and entrepreneurs looking for growth opportunities.
Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.
When the rowhouse next door came on the market, one couple decided to remain in Washington, D.C., and merge the two houses. It wasn’t easy — or cheap.
Day’Ron Sharpe, the 29th overall pick in this year’s N.B.A. draft, is making himself at home in New York as he gets ready for his first season alongside the Nets’ big stars.
A Craftsman house in Sacramento, a brand-new home in Oakland and a two-bedroom condominium in Santa Monica.