In yet another tale of overnight success, Brooklyn neighborhood Dumbo has shot to fame with tourists and home buyers alike, just 235 years after it came into existence.
You’ve been in your house for a while and are still fond of the place. But it’s no longer exactly what you need or want.
So, do you put the home up for sale and move out, or upgrade and settle in for the long haul?
What do you do when you need to lure residential buyers back to New York City in an era of commuting anxiety? If you're like a number of today's New York luxury developers, you tout the steps-away proximity to job centers of your new and upscale residences.
In the quest to carve out new, well-connected infill enclaves, a number of cities have looked to districts that traditionally sprouted to serve the food and restaurant sectors.
The latest enclave to witness the transformation may be Miami's Allapattah.
Apartment communities have avidly competed with each other for renters since Hector was a pup. What's new today is the increasing tendency for every dog to have its day in luxury rental property social media marketing.
For many homebuyers, the quest for the perfect outdoor space is becoming every bit as important as finding the right interior space.
The super-slim Manhattan skyscraper features a penthouse designed by an equally lofty talent.
One remark often heard about new developments is they lack the character of time-honored buildings. But the best interior designers have found a way around that hurdle. Prominent among them is Mary Cook.
An age-old writer reflects on a lesson he wished he'd embraced sooner.