1. the eavesdropper
    Listening In At News CorpA few hours after the news broke that Rupert Murdoch would be stepping down.
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    A Gramercy Park Apartment With Two Private Terraces (and a Key to the Park)The combined 11th-floor unit also comes with two kitchens.
  3. new york jobs
    An Out-of-Work Prop Maker Will Build Your BookshelvesAs the strikes continue, New York’s set decorators and prop makers are making the awkward adjustment to building real walls and houses.
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    A Classic West End Avenue Apartment That Became an Art Archive58 years ago, the photographer Joel Meyerowitz rented an apartment to raise his family. It found other uses.
  5. who’s selling
    Who’s Selling A Condo Staged With Tons of Acting Awards?Jeremy Strong, of course.
  6. mysteries
    Who in Olympic Tower Is Trying to Sell 5 Apartments at Once?We went to great lengths to find out.
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    A Designed-Down-to-the-Last-Inch Greenwich Village ApartmentThe bathrooms are done in head-to-toe terrazzo, for one.
  8. who’s buying
    Celebrities Seem to Like the Brooklyn WaterfrontSprawling apartments, water views, and relatively paparazziproof.
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    The Saugerties Cottage That Boob Pots BuiltIsaac Nichols, a lifelong student of architectural salvage, restored and rebuilt simultaneously. “Nobody should do that.”
  10. mysteries
    The Case of the $13.5 Million Price GapWhy did two nearly identical penthouses at 150 Charles sell for vastly different amounts?
  11. buy it for the architecture
    A Myron Goldfinger Mansion That’s Never Been on the MarketThe architect, who died this month, designed a unique pinwheel layout to give a family with teenagers enough privacy.
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    A House Made Up of Four HexagonsThis strange Briarcliff Manor property is on the market for the first time.
  13. feuds
    Mad Montauk Art NeighborsA yearlong squabble over Warhol proximity has ended with a slap.
  14. celebrity real estate
    Megan Ellison Is Selling Her Dome ApartmentIt’ll be the seventh home the Annapurna producer and heiress has put on the market since 2008.
  15. loud town
    The Noise Next DoorTyquan Pleasant knocked on his neighbor’s door to ask her to stop the ear-shattering music and banging. Shaun Pyles heard a threat.
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    A Frank Lloyd Wright–Inspired House in QueensIt has an art studio, a darkroom, and a perfectly maintained Japanese-style garden.
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    What the Architect of Grey Gardens Built for HimselfThe six-bedroom East Hampton home is for sale.
  18. developing
    New York City May Be Getting a Canyon RanchThe spa that practically invented the wellness industry will now have to compete with everything it’s wrought.
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    A Coney Island Time Capsule in Trump VillageThe same family stayed put for half a century. Their furniture can be part of the deal, for the right price.
  20. office apocalypse
    The Teetering Tech OfficeMeta and Twitter are shedding square footage, while Amazon and Google aren’t giving up the dream.
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    A Bed-Stuy Townhouse That Was Once a Prep SchoolFour floors, now obsessively restored.
  22. who’s buying
    Adjaye’s Luxury Fidi Tower Will Do Just Fine“Buyers just like beautiful buildings. They don’t even know who designed it most of the time.”
  23. environment
    It’s AphidsThose bugs swarming the city are native New Yorkers.
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    Part of an An East Village Synagogue Long Inhabited by Artists Is for SaleIn the ’80s, photographers William Wegman, Jack Sal, and Timothy Greenfield-Sanders and model Maria von Hartz bought the place for $154,500.
  25. the real estate
    The Great Resignation Was Actually Because of the Pandemic Housing BoomBoomers sold their houses and quit their jobs.
  26. home buying
    People Seem to Think Gray Paint Sells HousesBuyers are apparently offering $2,512 more for places with “deep graphite” kitchens.
  27. the eavesdropper
    Listening In at the Brooklyn MuseumThe scene at the critically panned show “It’s Pablo-matic.”
  28. cityscape
    The United Order of the Tents Might Be Spared DemolitionA tax exemption means the country’s oldest benefit society for black women can actually fix its crumbling Bed-Stuy headquarters.
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    This Clinton Hill Townhome Has 8 Working FireplacesAnd a three-story turret. And loggias at the scale of dollhouses.
  30. surfside collapse
    The Surfside-Condo Disaster Site Will Be a Zaha Hadid TowerMany of the victims’ families wanted to turn it into a memorial.
  31. canada wildfires
    What New York Should Do Next Time There’s SmokeAccording to the experts, basically the exact opposite of what we did this time.
  32. the real estate
    The Ultimate Start-up Office Is for SaleKickstarter’s 29,000-square-foot Greenpoint space is a fossil of how we once worked.
  33. museums
    Was the Breuer Building Underpriced?$100 million feels low — until you consider what it actually means to own a brutalist masterpiece.
  34. truly terrific
    Jasper Johns’s Extremely Bright Upstate Studio Is for SaleWhen he first moved in, he ripped out the first floor’s south-facing wall, replacing it with a giant grid of windows.
  35. the dream-life calculator
    Can I Afford to Live Like This?We asked young New Yorkers about their dream futures. Then we calculated exactly how much each would cost.
  36. openings
    A Minimalist Nick Poe–Designed Dispensary Opens DowntownDrug Store looks more like a Donald Judd installation than a weed store, and it draws a skater crowd.
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    A Clinton Hill Carriage House With a Glass-Walled Sunroom and a Private GarageA local broker saw the potential in a neighborhood Italian restaurant and made it uniquely hers.
  38. luxury real estate
    The City’s Largest Office-to-Residential Conversion Is Move-in ReadyHarry Macklowe’s One Wall Street is luring in the working rich.
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    A Rare Corner Loft in SoHoA divorce turned an art studio into a full-time apartment with an uptown feel.
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    One of the Last Private Townhouses on Washington Square ParkA Greek Revival on “the Row” where Edith Wharton once lived.
  41. and how do you feel about that?
    Manhattan Is Awash in Empty Therapist OfficesPost-pandemic, Realtors are finding them next to impossible to fill.
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    Your Chance to Combine Two Gilded Age ApartmentsAn upstairs duplex has never been on the market; the downstairs suite had the same owner for 35 years. They both listed this week.
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    A Tribeca Penthouse Where a Man Was Once Allegedly Stuffed in the FloorThe apartment is being sold through bankruptcy procedure, and the board is “beyond excited that a new owner is coming in.”
  44. encounter
    Paul Schrader’s Very Paul Schrader Days in Assisted LivingThe screenwriter recently moved into the Coterie to stay close to his wife. He’s never been busier.
  45. bidding wars
    Yet Another Chance to Buy the Flatiron BuildingThe 2nd-place bidders did not want it after all.
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    A Greenhouse in the Sky Above West End AvenueThe apartment also has an outdoor shower and a 1,400-square-foot terrace.
  47. worst landlords
    Tenants of New York’s Worst Landlords Already Knew Signature Bank Would FailThe bank’s model incentivized eviction and neglect. Something had to give.
  48. workplaces
    Tom Sachs Promised a Fun CultThe sculptor likes to call his studio part of his art practice. Working there could often be scary.
  49. amenity wars
    Dumbo Is Displeased With Its Giant New Building“Olympia looks like a cruise ship. Meanwhile it’s literally positioned next to one of the greatest landmarks in all of the United States.”
  50. twitter
    Twitter Is Dumping Most of Its New York OfficeThere are possibly 4,000 square feet remaining.
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