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  1. listings edit
    This Week’s Worth-It New York City Apartment ListingsA bunch of tudor-style homes in Forest Hill.
  2. who’s selling
    A Couple Who Turned Their 75th Street Townhouse Into a Kind of Art MuseumIsraeli artist Ilana Goor and her concession-operator husband have filled all six floors of their home with eccentric pieces.
  3. a truly terrific new york listing
    The Clintons and Carl Bernstein Schmoozed HerePublisher Stephen Rubin’s living room has 17-foot-high ceilings and a lot of built-in shelves.
  4. under a million
    An Alcove Studio With a Very Greenwich Village View for $585,000Plus a Tudor house in Kingsbridge and a Beekman Terrace studio with a lovely picture window.
  5. a truly terrific new york listing
    Stephen Sondheim’s Turtle Bay Townhouse Is for SaleThe composer’s home since 1960 is full of custom built-ins and original details, plus a terrace and a stained-glass solarium. Isn’t it rich?
  6. on the market
    A Duplex is For Sale in the Coveted Villa Charlotte BrontëThe cliffside 3-bedroom has a wraparound deck and overlooks the Hudson.
  7. on the market
    The Wing’s Office (and Furniture) Is for SaleThe East Village landmark was listed for $22.5 million.
  8. celebrity real estate
    Jim Carrey’s Brentwood Mansion Is Filled With His Weird ArtThe estate, sans original paintings, lists for $28.9 million.
  9. 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.
  10. on the market
    The Most Hamptons House in the Hamptons Is for SaleThe $150 million estate features a vaguely menacing number of white sofas.
  11. a truly terrific new york listing
    Marc Chagall’s Teeny Upstate Cabin, Untouched Since 1970It’s a relative steal, for $240,000
  12. on the market
    The Central Park Supertall with a $250 Million PenthouseExtell CEO Gary Barnett is done settling for less!
  13. on the market
    Kim Kardashian Is Selling Two of Her HousesShe will keep the other two.
  14. the real estate
    Unsellable Soho Loft Now Comes With an NFTFine, we’ll take it.
  15. on the market
    The House That Yankee Candle BuiltFeaturing two “car barns,” four tennis courts, and an indoor water park.
  16. the housing market
    The Average Rent in Manhattan Is Now $5,000Congratulations!
  17. on the market
    The West Village Co-op With a Surprise in the ClosetThe surprise is a shower.
  18. dividing assets
    The Townhouse That Olivier Sarkozy and Mary-Kate Olsen Never Moved Into Is BackThe astounding ballroom with 22-foot coffered ceilings remains intact.
  19. listings edit
    We Unearthed 10 Actually Excellent Rentals in NYC Right NowThis week’s finds includes a Boerum Hill two-bedroom with multiple skylights and a 700-square-foot Fort Greene apartment asking $2,600.
  20. under a million
    A $335,000 Upper West Side Studio and a Parkside Windsor Terrace Two-BedroomPlus a loftlike one-bedroom near Yankee Stadium.
  21. gone upstate
    Just an Extremely Lovely Greek Revival House in HudsonThe first floor is especially grand, with ten-foot ceilings and three parlor rooms.
  22. under a million
    A $650,000 Bed-Stuy One-Bedroom Condo and an Upper West Side Brownstone DuplexPlus a 1,000-square-foot prewar two-bedroom in Inwood.
  23. on the market
    Rebel Wilson Is Selling Her House on InstagramBut she won’t tag her broker.
  24. a truly terrific new york listing
    A Greenwich Village Townhouse With a Massive Antique Door and Colorful TilesSince 1968, the townhouse has belonged to the family of George Pitt, who, as his son Alexander says, was “the Don Draper of Greenwich Village.”
  25. under a million
    A $565,000 Gramercy Park Studio and a Renovated Condo at the AnsoniaPlus a prewar one-bedroom in Chelsea with an arched brick fireplace.
  26. buy it for the architecture
    A Pristine William Lescaze Modernist Townhouse on East 70th StreetIt’s Lescaze’s third and last townhouse in Manhattan — and the most thoroughly restored.
  27. under a million
    A $595,000 Gramercy Park Studio and a West Village Corner SpotThis week’s roundup also includes a Morningside Heights two-bedroom with 10-foot beamed ceilings.
  28. a truly terrific new york listing
    An Architect-Historian’s Carefully Preserved 1894 Townhouse in Park SlopeIts most recent steward is the family of Elliot Willensky, who lived here while working on the very first AIA Guide to New York City.
  29. a truly terrific new york listing
    A Soaring East 57th Street Duplex Last Sold More Than 50 Years AgoThe apartment has a two-story living room with 18-foot ceilings and enormous casement windows.
  30. under a million
    A $375,000 Sunset Park One-Bedroom and a Brooklyn Heights Cul-de-sac Two-BedroomThis week’s roundup also includes a Prospect Heights corner two-bedroom with at least one window on all four sides.
  31. a truly terrific new york listing
    A Perfectly 1989 ‘Barbie House’ in Mill BasinGlass blocks and formica built-ins are everywhere.
  32. surge pricing
    85 Appointments, 600 Inquiries, and the Bid That Finally Won OutThe bidding wars behind three especially popular apartment rentals.
  33. under a million
    A $399,000 Park Slope Studio and a Sprawling Jackson Heights 3-BedroomThis week’s roundup also includes a Gramercy Park one-bedroom with dark-stained hardwood floors throughout.
  34. a truly terrific new york listing
    An Extremely Quaint Kitchen in an Upper West Side Classic 7It comes with a rolling library ladder — for easy access to cookie jars.
  35. under a million
    A $450K Kips Bay One-Bedroom and a Carroll Gardens Spot With a Private Roof DeckThis week’s picks also include a Ditmas Park two-bedroom with a built-in home office.
  36. gone upstate
    A 193-Acre Zoo Is Up For Grabs in the CatskillsIt comes with a six-bedroom inn fashioned out of the old giraffe house.
  37. under a million
    A $450K Park Slope Fixer-upper and an Upper East Side Loft CondoThis week’s roundup also includes an Upper West Side one-bedroom with a renovated open kitchen and decorative fireplace.
  38. still standing
    A 1740 Connecticut House With a Wall-Sized HearthIt’s a rare old house that comes completely updated while still looking thoroughly 18th-century.
  39. under a million
    A $475K West Village Studio and a Cobble Hill One-Bedroom CondoThis week’s picks also include an East Village two-bedroom with an industrial-style open kitchen.
  40. a truly terrific new york listing
    A Sprawling Prewar Apartment in Brooklyn Heights on the Market After 30 YearsThe ceilings are high, the rooms are big, and the layout just makes sense.
  41. under a million
    A $249K Forest Hills Alcove Studio and a Beekman Prewar One-BedroomThis week’s picks also include a Chelsea one-bedroom with a decorative fireplace.
  42. castles
    A Newly Renovated Connecticut Castle on 275 AcresGargoyles, a grotto garden, and “little goodies at every turn.”
  43. under a million
    A $520K East Village One-Bedroom and an Inwood Three-Bedroom DuplexPlus a Brooklyn Heights one-bedroom with original stained glass and a gut-renovated kitchen .
  44. gone upstate
    One of the Most Popular Upstate Airbnbs Is Now on the MarketThe Barn at Tivoli has a woodburning stove that has been called “a real treat.”
  45. under a million
    A $575K Soho Studio and an East Village One-Bedroom With Beamed CeilingsPlus an Upper West Side two-bedroom with a 24-foot-long living room.
  46. under a million
    A $399K Chelsea Studio and a Floor-Through Two-Bedroom in Crown HeightsPlus a Brooklyn Heights one-bedroom with a large private roof-deck.
  47. under a million
    A $675K West Village One-Bedroom and a 1,750-Square-Foot Riverdale ApartmentPlus a Lower East Side one-bedroom with a built-in home office.
  48. just browsing
    Architect Frederick Tang’s Week in Zillow Saves“I have hundreds of saved listings just sitting in there. It’s like collecting trading cards.”
  49. celebrity real estate
    Why Won’t These Celebrity Homes Sell Even in This Overheated Market?A handful of languishing celebrity homes have continued to…well, languish. We took it upon ourselves to figure out why.
  50. just browsing
    Author Danielle Prescod’s Week in Zillow Saves“In New Orleans, I don’t have a car, so I’m always walking. That means I’ve gotten obsessed with certain buildings.”
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