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Manhattan

  1. chapters
    The Village Voice vs. Robert MosesThe paper was editor Mary Perot Nichols’s weapon in the battle to save Washington Square Park.
  2. parks
    Maybe Manhattan Needed a BeachThe Gansevoort Peninsula is a sweet, sandy little respite.
  3. the real estate
    The Townhouse Where Ivana Trump Died Has Been Hard to SellWill a $4 million price cut help?
  4. neighborhood news
    It’s Not a Chess Club. It’s Club Chess.The game of kings has become an unlikely downtown craze.
  5. local
    Crane Catches Fire, Collapses Into Manhattan SkyscraperAt least six people were injured in the Hell’s Kitchen accident on Wednesday morning.
  6. office apocalypse
    New Glut CityThe city’s mega-office landlords are panicking, pivoting, and shedding what’s worthless. One opens his books.
  7. office apocalypse
    A Typology of Unwanted Manhattan Office BuildingsCertain kinds of properties are more doomed than others. Here, four case studies.
  8. office apocalypse
    Three Bleak Blocks of Third AvenueWhat the office-space crisis has looked like for one stretch of Midtown East.
  9. remote work
    No, Cities Aren’t Doomed Because of Remote WorkEmptier downtowns offer an opportunity to reimagine who they serve.
  10. report
    Last Stand of the Hot Dog King“This is like the Alamo.”
  11. amenity wars
    ‘Like College or Camp for Rich People’The lifestyle managers hosting mezcal classes and meditation hour at the city’s amenity-packed bubble buildings.
  12. the housing market
    Manhattan Rents Went Up Instead of DownThe January median reached $4,097.
  13. celebrity real estate
    Julia Fox Gave a ‘Maximum Transparency’ Tour of Her ApartmentWe also have a hallway where “nothing happens.”
  14. the real estate
    Why These $20 Million Uptown Co-ops Aren’t Selling“In the past, big money needed co-ops to be accepted and established, But no one needs 740 Park anymore.”
  15. the housing market
    Manhattan Rents Broke Another RecordAverage rents reached more than $5000 in July.
  16. celebrity real estate
    Why Do the Men of SNL Live in Such Horrifying Apartments?Live from New York … wow, this is kind of a dump, huh?
  17. the housing market
    Somehow, the Rental Market Is Only Getting WorsePrepare for a hellish summer.
  18. reopenings
    The High-Design Return of Henrietta HudsonNew York’s longest-operating lesbian bar is back in business.
  19. closings
    Good-bye to Sammy’s Roumanian and Its Glorious SchmaltzNew York’s favorite “Jewish disco” has closed its doors for good.
  20. closings
    The End of ‘21’ ClubOne of New York City’s most iconic restaurants will call it quits.
  21. space of the week
    How a 19th Century Apartment Got a Sleek, Unfussy UpdateInterior designer Lucy Harris gave her client’s Henry James–era home a modern, eclectic upgrade.