1. 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.
  2. museums
    Was the Breuer Building Underpriced?$100 million feels low — until you consider what it actually means to own a brutalist masterpiece.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. a truly terrific new york listing
    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.
  7. 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.
  8. a truly terrific new york listing
    A Rare Corner Loft in SoHoA divorce turned an art studio into a full-time apartment with an uptown feel.
  9. a truly terrific new york listing
    One of the Last Private Townhouses on Washington Square ParkA Greek Revival on “the Row” where Edith Wharton once lived.
  10. and how do you feel about that?
    Manhattan Is Awash in Empty Therapist OfficesPost-pandemic, Realtors are finding them next to impossible to fill.
  11. a truly terrific new york listing
    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.
  12. a truly terrific new york listing
    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.”
  13. 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.
  14. bidding wars
    Yet Another Chance to Buy the Flatiron BuildingThe 2nd-place bidders did not want it after all.
  15. a truly terrific new york listing
    A Greenhouse in the Sky Above West End AvenueThe apartment also has an outdoor shower and a 1,400-square-foot terrace.
  16. 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.
  17. workplaces
    Tom Sachs Promised a Fun CultThe sculptor likes to call his studio part of his art practice. Working there could often be scary.
  18. 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.”
  19. twitter
    Twitter Is Dumping Most of Its New York OfficeThere are possibly 4,000 square feet remaining.
  20. a truly terrific new york listing
    A Duplex Opens Up in a Coveted Artist’s Studio BuildingIt has a Juliet balcony and a library with a rolling staircase.
  21. cityscape
    Williamsburg Is Entering Its Fifth Avenue EraChanel Beauty is opening on North 6th, down the street from Bottega and Hermès pop-ups.
  22. observation decks
    Skyscrapers, Now With More TerrorMove over, observation decks. A 260-foot tower drop is the latest amenity.
  23. the eavesdropper
    Listening In on Line at GlossierOpening day at its new Soho flagship.
  24. a truly terrific new york listing
    A Country Home in the Middle of Bed-StuyIt has a finished attic, four fireplaces, and a peach tree in the backyard.
  25. bad advice
    Boomer Dads Are Driving Real Estate Agents Nuts“They have an annoying tendency to present themselves as experts on all aspects of home buying based on their own, actually inexpert logic.”
  26. the real estate
    The Nepo Babies Forced Into Real EstateCry for the lives unlived.
  27. natural gas
    Good Luck Switching to an Induction Stove in the CityThe process, as it turns out, is a gauntlet.
  28. a truly terrific new york listing
    A Writer’s Book-Stuffed Greenwich Village StudioA photo of Rimbaud looks down from the bathroom ceiling.
  29. cityscape
    ‘Use That Time As a Meditation Time’: The MTA’s New, Very Long EscalatorTen stories down into the new Grand Central Madison terminal.
  30. a truly terrific new york listing
    A Turtle Bay Townhouse With Wall-to-Wall WindowsAnd a 400-square-foot balcony on every floor
  31. stephen ross
    If You’re So Good at Real Estate, Stephen Ross …Three years and a 50 percent price cut later, the Hudson Yards developer finally sold his penthouse.
  32. a truly terrific new york listing
    A $400,000 Studio With a Working Marble FountainIt’s the former reception room of a home once occupied by Ulysses S. Grant’s widow.
  33. a truly terrific new york listing
    A Two-story Condo in a Former Parish HouseThe doorman stand is the original priest’s pulpit.
  34. rats
    ‘We Were Killing Them With These Little Pitchforks’Talking to Matt Deodato, rat specialist.
  35. listings
    Rent It for the James Turrell InstallationHugh Jackman’s East Hampton retreat asks $500,000 for the summer.
  36. the eavesdropper
    Listening in at Goldman Sachs AgainHours after the largest round of layoffs since the financial crisis began.
  37. natural gas
    Are Gas Stoves the New Cigarettes?A federal ban may be in the cards.
  38. affordable housing
    The Saga of One45: From Massive Apartment Complex to Truck DepotDeveloper Bruce Teitelbaum seems to be making good on his threat to use the 145th Street site as a giant parking lot.
  39. a truly terrific new york listing
    An Entirely Wood-Paneled CondoThe very 1960s apartment comes with very 1960s furniture.
  40. a truly terrific new york listing
    A Tiny House on Top of a Co-opThe former boiler room of the Prince George Hotel looks like a cozy attic garret.
  41. the housing market
    What Should New York Homebuyers Expect in 2023?Fewer bidding wars, but also fewer options overall.
  42. q&a
    The Would-Be Salt Kings of New York CityTalking to Joe Bucci Jr. and Joe Bucci Sr.
  43. on the market
    Please Be Careful With Steve Wynn’s PicassosInterested buyers should keep their elbows to themselves while viewing the Vegas tycoon’s $90 million duplex.
  44. truly terrific
    A Jamaica Estates Home With a 32-Foot-Long Indoor PoolAnd too many Jacuzzis to count.
  45. the eavesdropper
    Listening In at the Mark HotelJust before the holidays.
  46. lawsuits
    The Wing Is Being Sued for Back Rent AgainThe deceased co-working space is allegedly in hot water with three of its New York landlords.
  47. a truly terrific new york listing
    Hamish Bowles’s Over-the-top Co-op Is for SaleThe Greenwich Village two-bedroom has a trompe-l’oeil doorknob.
  48. closings
    The Kuwaiti Government Raised Carolines’s RentA surprising end for the beloved comedy club.
  49. getting around
    In Praise of the Subway Exit GateThe MTA may redesign it to stop fare evaders, but it’s the only thing that lets parents ride the subway in the first place.
  50. the eavesdropper
    Listening In Outside the Spence SchoolParents were highly concerned about RSV, Thanksgiving plans, and after-school activities.
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