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Living In ... Dutch Kills, Queens

Sandwiched between Astoria and Long Island City — and often overlooked because of it — this formerly sleepy industrial area is looking at big changes.

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House Hunting in Spain: An Updated Finca With Guesthouse on Ibiza

The Balearic Islands archipelago was Spain’s most-visited province last year, with international buyers arriving to compete for a range of homes.

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Dutch Kills, Queens: Low-Key and Low-Slung, but Not for Much Longer

Sandwiched between Astoria and Long Island City — and often overlooked because of it — this formerly sleepy industrial area is looking at big changes.

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Did Hurricanes Sandy or Ida Damage Your Housing? We Want to Hear From You.

We want to hear the stories of people in the New York City metro area who were affected by both storms.

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Why You Should Decorate Your Hallway (and How to Get Started)

When you’re furnishing your home, it’s easy to focus on larger rooms and overlook the hall. Here’s why that’s a mistake.

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A Recording Studio in Manhattan, a Waterfront Apartment in New Jersey

When Stanley Brown heard about a recording studio for rent in Manhattan, he immediately took the lease — and landed a luxury apartment just across the river.

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$5 Million Homes in California

A 2017 residence near Manhattan Beach Pier, a rustic beach house in Bolinas and a four-bedroom condominium in an Edwardian building in San Francisco.

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Homes That Sold for Around $650,000

Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

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How to Make a Landlord Improve Fire Safety

In a building evacuation, the stairs are a resident’s lifeline. New York is specific with its rules about their placement, dimensions and lighting.

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The Case for Clover Lawns, the Environmentally Friendly Alternative to Grass

Amid droughts and extreme heat, people are welcoming clover into their lawns, an alternative to the purely grass lawn, helping them save water and money.

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When In-Laws Share an Apartment, and Become Your Neighbors

In-laws typically have one of the most fraught family dynamics. What about two sets of in-laws living together down a hall from their children and grandchildren?

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Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey

This week’s properties are a four-bedroom in Pleasantville, N.Y., and a six-bedroom in Allendale, N.J.

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Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan

This week’s properties are in Dumbo, Lenox Hill and Turtle Bay.

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Which States Offer the Largest Lot Sizes for Home Buyers?

Land parcels vary from place to place, governed by local laws and property values. But the largest lots aren’t necessarily where you think they are.

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Heading to the Rockaways for the Sand and the Subway. Which Apartment Did She Choose?

When a Long Island native and longtime Manhattanite gave up her Fire Island house, she went looking for a small apartment that could split the difference between beach and city. Here’s what she found.

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House Hunting in Scotland: A 16th-Century Hotel for Under $2 Million

Scotland’s home market is “cooling off after being on fire,” agents say, though demand for rural estates remains resilient to economic shifts.

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$2.5 Million Homes in New York, Washington and Illinois

A converted stone church in Rifton, a floating home in Seattle and a 1907 Tudor Revival house in Kenilworth.

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Living In ... Hudson Square, Manhattan

The West Side neighborhood is the site of lots of new development. But housing is still slightly less expensive there than in surrounding areas.

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Hudson Square, Manhattan: No Longer a ‘No-Man’s Land in SoHo’

The West Side neighborhood once known as the printing district is now the site of lots of new development. But housing is still slightly less expensive than in nearby areas.

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For a Longer Peony Season, Think Beyond the Typical Pink and White

This fall, when you buy bare-root peonies, take a chance on yellow or coral-colored hybrids. Your garden will thank you.

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