Oliver von Gundlach & Brian Beasley
Oliver von Gundlach & Brian Beasley
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NYT > Real Estate

As Brooklyn Towers Soar, a Sinking Feeling for Developers

The borough is still in the midst of a building boom, but falling rents and rising vacancies at the top of the market could signal trouble ahead.
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Exclusive: A Victorian Wonderland in Park Slope

Clem Labine, the founder of “Old-House Journal,” bought this Brooklyn brownstone for about $25,000 in the 1960s.
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The Hunt: Two People. Two Dogs. And a One-Bedroom to Please Them All.

A Brooklyn couple wanted a pet-friendly apartment, with none of the “quirkiness” of older buildings. Soothing waterfront views — even of the Gowanus Canal — didn’t hurt.
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On the Market: Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Brooklyn

This week’s properties are in Flatiron, East Harlem and Ditmas Park, Brooklyn.
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On the Market: Homes for Sale in New York and Connecticut

This week’s properties include a four-bedroom in Glen Cove, N.Y. and a three-bedroom in Old Greenwich, Conn.
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Calculator: States With Highest and Lowest Property Taxes

Property taxes can make up a hefty chunk of monthly housing expenses. Where you live makes a difference.
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International Real Estate: House Hunting in … Mexico

Cuernavaca has long been a favorite with luxury buyers. But these days, the American dollar goes a long way there.
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Living In: Clifton, N.J.: Where a Lot of Little Worlds Commingle

A three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom house in the Montclair Heights section, listed at $465,000. Ranked one of the most culturally diverse cities in the country, Clifton also offers more affordable housing than nearby cities.
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What You Get: $2 Million Homes in Illinois, South Carolina and California

A Victorian manor in Evanston, a two-bedroom condominium in Charleston and a hilltop house in Los Angeles.
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On Location: Off the Grid, on Maui

As TreeHugger’s founder, Graham Hill, discovered when he built a home in Hawaii, a sustainable house can be more luxurious than a conventional one.
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