Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
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Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions

Originally posted at New York Times FOR SALE $18 MILLION Graffiti House 11-07 Welling Court (between…

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Voyeur: Voyeur: Fire Escapes
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Voyeur: Voyeur: Fire Escapes

Fire escapes are an integral part of New York City’s streetscape.Voyeur: Voyeur: Fire

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What I Love: Barbara Barrie’s Loft in the Sky
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What I Love: Barbara Barrie’s Loft in the Sky

A Broadway actress on what matters most at home: quiet and light. Mostly light.What I…

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Loving the Bodega Downstairs
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Loving the Bodega Downstairs

Living above one of New York City’s ubiquitous little stores can be like having a…

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The Hunt: From a Condo in East Harlem to a House in the Suburbs
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The Hunt: From a Condo in East Harlem to a House in the Suburbs

A frustrating apartment search and an expanding family lead a couple to a house in…

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What You Get: $700,000 Homes in California, Tennessee and Vermont
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What You Get: $700,000 Homes in California, Tennessee and Vermont

A midcentury A-frame in Los Angeles, a 1930 bungalow in Nashville and a colonial in…

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Big Ticket: Top Sales Include Billy Bush’s Chelsea Townhouse
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Big Ticket: Top Sales Include Billy Bush’s Chelsea Townhouse

The sale of the former ‘Today’ host Billy Bush’s Chelsea townhouse was one of the…

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Renters: A Move to the West Village for a Good School
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Renters: A Move to the West Village for a Good School

Seeking good public schools, a family leaves their Brooklyn townhouse for a two-bedroom in the…

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360 View: Write an Essay, Win This House
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360 View: Write an Essay, Win This House

A couple hope to free themselves of a Catskills vacation home by running an essay…

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Discovering the Lost Coast of Queens
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Discovering the Lost Coast of Queens

The waterfront of Astoria, Queens, has been quiet for decades, but activity is finally picking…

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