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New York City »

Tips on Making Your Home a Quiet Sanctuary From City's Bustle

Experts weigh in on how to make New York apartments quiet sanctuaries from city noise.

New York City »

Commercial Rentals Remain Strong Despite Economic Ennui, Experts Say

Manhattan's commercial rental market has remained strong despite a nationwide slump, experts say.

Long Island City »

Long Island City Condo Features Washer-Dryer, Dishwasher and Custom Closets

A Long Island City condo has $25,000 of add-ons, including granite countertops and built-in speakers.

Upper East Side »

New York-Presbyterian Expansion Gets Greenlight from Community Board 8

New York-Presbyterian Hospital expansion got the greenlight from Community Board 8 on Wednesday.

Bushwick »

Bushwick Gallery Owner to Leave 'Saturated' Art Scene for New Local Digs

Nyssa Frank is moving the Living Gallery farther out into Bushwick to escape the crowds.

Yorkville »

Yorkville One-Bedroom Co-Op Features Pre-War Charm

A Yorkville one-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op has hardwood floors and high ceilings.

New York City »

Home Prices Set to Soar in 2013, Real Estate Experts Say

Real estate experts say home prices are on track to rise in the new year.

Williamsburg »

Williamsburg House Hunters Check Out Condo's Modern Design

A Williamsburg condo features modern designs, luxury flourishes, and a microwave hidden in a cabinet.

Financial District »

Manhattan's Booming Condo Market Sees Huge Leap in Sales

Manhattan's condo market is booming with contracts in the Upper East Side and Downtown.

New York City »

Too Much Holiday Cheer Could Prevent Your Home From Selling, Experts Warn

Forget oversized Christmas trees and gaudy menorahs — real estate experts say less is more.

Morningside Heights »

2-BR, 1-Bath Morningside Heights Co-op Draws Giddy House Hunters

House hunters had high spirits while touring a Morningside Heights co-op.

Clinton Hill »

Creative House Hunters Contemplate Crafty Changes to Clinton Hill Condo

Creative house hunters contemplated crafty changes to a one-bedroom condo in Clinton Hill.

Financial District »

20 Percent of Downtown Offices Remain Closed After Sandy, Survey Finds

Jones Lang LaSalle found that 20 percent of the offices are still not functionally open.

Chelsea »

Decades-Old Ninth Avenue Barbershop Finds New Home Nearby After Eviction

New Barber Shop, long a fixture in Chelsea, recently moved to a spot on West 18th Street.

Upper West Side »

Lack of Light Doesn't Deter House Hunters from One-Bedroom Bargain

A one-bedroom, one-bathroom bargain on the UWS hasn't deterred house hunters.

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