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Real Estate and Housing (Residential)

City to Settle Discrimination Claim in Brooklyn Housing Plan

By J. DAVID GOODMAN December 3, 2017 An eight-year legal fight over racial discrimination by New York City in a proposed Brooklyn development is expected to be settled on Monday, after community groups and the administration of Mayor Bill de Blasio agreed on… Continue Reading →

A Bedroom for Rover, Maybe Even a Condo

By CAROLINE BIGGS October 27, 2017 The moment I laid eyes on Daffodil, I vowed I would give her a good home. I found her at an adoption event for more than 50 rescued rabbits, sponsored by the American Society for the… Continue Reading →

Living In: New Fairfield, Conn.: Good Schools and a Lakeside Setting

October 25, 2017 By SUSAN HODARA It was Candlewood Lake that sold Katie and Gregory Williams on the town of New Fairfield, set in the rolling hills of upper Fairfield County, Conn. The couple, who work for an insurance agency… Continue Reading →

Renters: Upsizing to a Two-Bedroom

October 2, 2017 By KIM VELSEY After six years together, four storage units, three cities and almost two years of sharing a 442-square-foot studio apartment, Karen Trivette and Geof Huth finally finished unpacking. The milestone came in March, after Ms…. Continue Reading →

On the Market: Homes for Sale in New York City

September 28, 2017 On the Market By STEFANOS CHEN Click on the slide show to see this week’s featured properties in New York City: • In West Harlem, a three-bedroom, two-bath co-op on the parlor level of a prewar townhouse,… Continue Reading →

What You Get: $2 Million Homes in Kentucky, Washington and Connecticut

September 13, 2017 What You Get By TIM McKEOUGH Goshen, Ky. WHAT A 2002 house with four bedrooms and three full and two half bathrooms HOW MUCH $1.975 million SIZE 4,850 square feet PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT $407 SETTING This… Continue Reading →

Living In: Brookfield, Conn.: Lakeside Homes, Good Schools and, Soon, a Town Center

August 2, 2017 By SUSAN HODARA When two of their three children had moved out and were living on their own, Anthony and Kristen Papucci knew it was time to downsize. They also knew they wanted to stay in Brookfield,… Continue Reading →

What I Love: Andy Blankenbuehler, ‘Hamilton’ Choreographer, at Home in Harlem

When the choreographer finally got his dream house, it was during a nightmarish time in his life.

Big City: SoHa in Harlem? The Misguided Madness of Neighborhood Rebranding

Real-estate interests are hoping to rename a portion of Upper Manhattan. Some politicians aren’t having it.

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