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Governor Cuomo Announces State Landmarks to Be Lit Blue in Recognition of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg | Governor Andrew M. Cuomo


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New York State will take a moment to celebrate the extraordinary legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and her precedent-shattering contributions to gender equity, civil rights and jurisprudence.Read More

These architects think Covid will leave its mark on NYC apartment building design


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Consider this scenario taking place in the not-so-distant future: You’re in the market for a new apartment in New York City.Read More

A Non-Obvious Outdoor Guide to New York


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Here are some lesser-known spots and activities readily available to begin beekeeping on your own balcony to a foraging tour in Kew Garden.Read More

OMA and Tiffany & Co. Reveal Renovation of Fifth Avenue Flagship


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Famed for its luxury jewelry and gifts and made a household name by Holly Golightly, Tiffany & Co.’s Fifth Avenue flagship in New York will soon receive its first-ever holistic renovation and preservation.Read More

Manhattan Is a Buyer’s Market at Last. Brooklyn Looks to Be Next


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New York City is one of the most expensive housing markets in the world. But now the coronavirus has prompted many renters in Manhattan and the wealthier parts of Brooklyn to leave town, and with vacancies up, rents are falling.Read More

New York City to Resume Indoor Dining at Restaurants


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New York City will allow indoor dining at restaurants at a limited capacity starting Sept. 30, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday, lifting a six-month ban aimed at stemming the spread of the new coronavirus.Read More

1760 Second Avenue #10F


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Beautiful Corner 2 BR w/ open view and river. Newly listed and rarely available, corner 2-bedroom at the luxury Chartwell House Condominium. This Zen-quiet, northwest-facing corner home is in excellent and move-in ready condition.Read More

7 Things I Regret Not Checking on Before I Bought My First House


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Buying your first house is so darn exciting! Keep an eye out, though—as someone who doesn’t already have experience buying a home, you might overlook some of the smaller things that can really spell trouble down the line.Read More

The Pet Lover’s Guide to Buying a Home


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If you are moving to New York, for example, you would be surprised to find out that each borough has specific pet rules. What is more, pet rules may differ from one neighborhood to the other, and even from one building to the other.Read More

No, the Pandemic Is Not Emptying Out America’s Cities


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It’s the latest piece to explore the impacts of COVID-19 on national housing markets, and seems to support the theory that cities are being abandoned en masse in favor of suburbs.Read More

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