To bring an older apartment or house back to its original glory, you’ll need a team of expert craftsmen.
Some prewar co-ops are selling at discounts of as much as 25 percent.
A home can only thrive with a good support team, but finding that roster of handymen, plumbers and landscapers takes time.
This week’s properties are on Roosevelt Island and in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, and in the East Village.
This week’s properties include a five-bedroom in Tuckahoe, N.Y., and a three-bedroom in Hoboken, N.J.
For her first home in the city, an aspiring actress finds that the theater district is a better place to work than to live.
A former warehouse in West Chelsea, once the domain of a famed Broadway set designer and now home to a fashion studio, goes on the market.
Yes, if you buy in the right place.
The once-quiet neighborhood, one of the city’s most scenic, is now decidedly upscale — and a major tourist destination.
A converted barn in Weston, a 1905 house in Charleston and a condominium in Washington.
By a 5 to 4 vote, justices temporarily stayed trial court decisions blocking the policy while litigation in the lower courts moves forward.
The court’s action almost certainly means it will not hear the administration’s challenge in its current term, which ends in June.
The case concerns an ordinance in New York that prohibits people licensed to have guns in their homes to transport their guns outside the city.
The president whom the Senate Republican leader helped elect has turned out to be the one thing he can’t control.
With the Department of Housing and Urban Development hit hard, subsidies for low-income renters have stopped and nonprofits are scrambling to avoid layoffs and cuts to support services.
An estimated 800,000 federal employees haven’t been paid since the government shutdown began. Those working for the I.R.S. and other agencies are being ordered to return to work during the shutdown. We spoke with some of them.
Furloughed government employees desperate for income have become unlikely entrants into America’s gig economy, substitute teaching, babysitting and delivering food.
The Trump administration’s agreement to lift sanctions on the empire of the Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska would allow him to pay off substantial debt.
The president’s personal lawyer, Rudolph W. Giuliani, said his own widely reported statements about when talks about the skyscraper project might have ended were only “hypothetical.”
Paul N. Whelan, a former United States Marine, was arrested after being given a thumb drive of state secrets, believing it to contain vacation pictures, his lawyer says.
The Argentinian soccer star Emiliano Sala was on a plane that went missing over the English Channel on Monday evening, French aviation officials told CNN.
Paul Whelan, the US citizen accused of spying in Russia, was found in possession of classified material when he was arrested in Moscow, his state-appointed lawyer told CNN on Tuesday.
Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa has called violence by the country's security forces "unacceptable and a betrayal" following deadly protests last week sparked by a sharp fuel price hike.
He chose to join a terrorist group, fought for it, was blooded in atrocities, escaped and repented. Now he lives in well-founded fear for his life.
Climate change is causing Greenland's massive ice sheets to melt much faster than previously thought, a new study has found, and it may be "too late" to do anything about it.
The International Monetary Fund is warning that the world economy is slowing — and that it will get worse if countries keep squabbling over trade.
President Donald Trump and other key world leaders have canceled their trips to Davos to deal with more pressing matters back home. Still, the show must go on.
In the blink of an eye, Carlos Ghosn's jet-setting world fell apart.
One of the companies at the center of the trade war between the United States and China is warning of consequences across the tech industry.