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What’s Coming in New York Real Estate in 2019

What’s Coming in New York Real Estate in 2019

A furnished apartment at 15 Hudson Yards, the first residential tower to open in the massive Far West Side development in 2019.

In Rowayton, a Narrow House That Feels Wide Inside

In Rowayton, a Narrow House That Feels Wide Inside

Jane Beiles for The New York Times

House Hunting in … Belize

House Hunting in … Belize

Benedict Kim for The New York Times

When the Best Move Is Staying Put

When the Best Move Is Staying Put

Corey Nolan, left, and Dennis Fare in their one-bedroom apartment in Hoboken, N.J.

Two Twisting Towers Come to the Far West Side

Two Twisting Towers Come to the Far West Side

The Bjarke Ingels Group has designed two travertine-clad towers, which twist and shift proportions as they rise, between 10th and 11th Avenues, and 17th and 18th Streets.

The Western Edge of Hell’s Kitchen Goes Residential

The Western Edge of Hell’s Kitchen Goes Residential

A rendering of Oskar, a rental building with a terra-cotta facade at 572 11th Avenue, at West 43rd Street.

An Artful Makeover for Two Bushwick Blocks

An Artful Makeover for Two Bushwick Blocks

Denizen Bushwick is a rental complex made up of two eight-story buildings with a public passageway in between.

When the Downstairs Neighbors Become Best Friends

When the Downstairs Neighbors Become Best Friends

The downstairs neighbors have become almost like roommates with the upstairs neighbors in this house on the border of Bushwick and Bedford-Stuyvesant, in Brooklyn.

Chazz Palminteri’s Bedford Tale

Chazz Palminteri’s Bedford Tale

Rick Loomis for The New York Times

House Hunting in … Costa Rica

House Hunting in … Costa Rica

Brett Gundlock for The New York Times

Simple Home Improvements for the Vision Impaired

Simple Home Improvements for the Vision Impaired

Paula Dertouzos, who was born with congenital glaucoma, lives at Selis Manor in Chelsea and is happy with technological upgrades like a talking thermostat and a new intercom system.

The Right Backdrop for Art Is Bold. Or Maybe It’s Neutral?

The Right Backdrop for Art Is Bold. Or Maybe It’s Neutral?

The right color, no matter how intense, focuses attention on the artwork. (A reproduction Goya painting pops against a wall painted in Beau Green from Benjamin Moore.)

House Hunting in … Italy

House Hunting in … Italy

Andrea Wyner for The New York Times

Interest in Court Square Condo Spikes Thanks to Amazon

Interest in Court Square Condo Spikes Thanks to Amazon

Skyline Tower is being built across from the former Citicorp building in Long Island City, Queens, where Amazon has leased one million square feet of space.


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