Manhattan's condo market is booming with contracts in the Upper East Side and Downtown.
Forget oversized Christmas trees and gaudy menorahs — real estate experts say less is more.
House hunters had high spirits while touring a Morningside Heights co-op.
Creative house hunters contemplated crafty changes to a one-bedroom condo in Clinton Hill.
A one-bedroom, one-bathroom bargain on the UWS hasn't deterred house hunters.
Aesthetically minded house hunters were drawn to an art deco studio's plentiful original detailing.
East Village house hunters were impressed with the Theatre Condo's shared roof deck.
House hunters were surprised by this Carroll Gardens co-op's expansiveness and square shape.
House hunters braved the rain and cold to check out real estate in Chelsea.
House hunters seek space, quiet, in this cozy LES co-op.
S. Epatha Merkerson says her co-op at the historic Riviera building jeopardized her life.
One bedroom, one-and-a-half bathroom East Harlem condo sates house hunters' craving for space
The apartment at 21-37 33rd St. has roughly 700 square feet of living space.
An Upper West Side ground-floor one-bedroom in a luxury co-op for less than $500K.
A man painting the third-floor windows of 840 Park Ave. fell to the ground, officials and witnesses said.
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