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A Brooklyn couple moves into their ideal 'glass box in the sky,' but with construction looming next door, their views may already be imperiled. [Read More]
Twins Dale and Hannah Laplace lived together for years. But recently they realized that all they really need to share is their cat. [Read More]
Kendal Fisher found the creature comforts and the affordability he was looking for in a new eco-friendly development. [Read More]
Two Brooklyn designers embrace the challenge of combining their personal and professional lives in one all-purpose space. [Read More]
A new landlord drives up the rent, so a Manhattanite decides to move to a place that doubles her rent, but also nearly doubles her... [Read More]
After years in a quiet walk-up, a couple discovers a "huge life upgrade" in the abundant conveniences of a bustling co-op community. [Read More]
He thought he could navigate the city's real estate market on his own — until the smell of formaldehyde convinced him he needed an agent. [Read More]
Unable to afford a suitable place near his Manhattan school, a fashion student discovered that stretching his budget just a bit opened new doors. [Read More]
For two young newcomers, having "the full New York City experience" meant finding a happy medium between uptown gloss and downtown grit. [Read More]
Lara Donnelly and Eliot Routh assumed they wouldn't find the ideal New York rental with their budget. Then they went up to Hamilton Heights. [Read More]
When Ryan Baylock ran out of roommates to fill his Fort Greene rental, he crossed the Hudson and found affordable options in Jersey City. [Read More]
A first-time buyer finds the ideal spot in Jackson Heights, close to the neighborhood where her family lives. [Read More]
An actor on a tight budget moves to the Bronx for a roomy co-op and a chance to finally live alone. [Read More]
An Australian transplant embraces New York City — noise, crowded sidewalks and all. [Read More]
For Adrienne Cheatham, a chef, and Stephen Bailey, founder of an online consulting firm, the kitchen was all-important. [Read More]
An image consultant priced out of Harlem switches his search to the South Bronx. [Read More]
A young buyer went looking for a no-frills apartment. [Read More]
A co-op owned by a math professor appealed with its chalkboard equations and smart-home technology. [Read More]
A couple expecting their first child make sure they have a washer-dryer in place. [Read More]
A musician moves out of a house filled with heirlooms and all his music gear into a three-bedroom in Bedford-Stuyvesant for $3,100 a month. [Read More]
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