New York Times
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A neo-Classical-style home in Atlanta; a 1790 colonial in New Lebanon, N.Y.; and a cabin in Wilson, Wyo.
A neo-Classical-style home in Atlanta, an 18th-century colonial in New Lebanon, N.Y., and a wood cabin in Wilson, Wyo.
The developer of the outlet mall, being built 20 minutes from Chicago’s downtown, hopes to shake up the city’s retail scene.
Mr. Frater is the chief executive of Berkadia Commercial Mortgage, a joint venture of Berkshire Hathaway and the Leucadia National Corporation.
People who grew up in Port Washington, which occupies a peninsula on the North Shore of Long Island, have a way of moving back.
This community on the North Shore of Long Island is studded with marinas, yacht clubs and golf courses, and offers an easy commute to the city.
A couple bought an armory in upstate New York and renovated it, thinking it would turn a pretty penny. Then the real estate market collapsed.
The state flower’s brief blooming period is also trespassing season, as crowds tramp through privately owned farms and ranches for the perfect photo.
For many New York political figures, the frenzied process of finding a rental apartment is considerably smoothed by who you know, and by who knows you.
The Connecticut town may be ground zero for the 1 percent, but its schools have been witness to a low-income economic phenomenon.
An eighth-floor apartment opposite the Metropolitan Museum of Art is dominated by a Versailles-style grand salon.
American real estate manias are as old as the nation itself, but until recently they were localized — and focused on land, not homes.
The convention business, which demands big-box hotels, has fallen off since the 2008 economic downturn, and smaller hotels have become a logical alternative.