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We Unearthed the 68 Best Rent Deals in NYC Right Now

A Brooklyn Heights one-bedroom with 15-foot ceilings, a grand prewar two-bedroom in Washington Heights, and more.

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A Photo Tour of The World Trade Center

Take a tour of the World Trade Center site, which has been rebuilt in the nearly two decades since 9/11

This Four-Year-Old, $150M Mall in San Francisco Has Never Seen a Customer

6x6 was supposed to be a flashy shopping destination. Instead, it’s a death knell for S.F. development.

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Where to Find Affordable Housing in NYC

A comprehensive guide to New York City's affordable housing lotteries.

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Bungalow Courts Make the Best Neighbors

The 350 that remain in L.A. are some of the city’s most desirable housing.

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Can a Neighborhood Become a Network?

The mutual-aid networks that have defined the COVID-19 pandemic are looking to the long term.

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A Rhode Island farmhouse that’s beachy without being ‘overly nautical’

The project started with a lucky meeting between homeowners and an architect.

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How do I balance keeping my home livable and getting work done?

No matter your living situation, you don’t need to face housework alone.

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How to pick the best outdoor furniture at any budget

We break down the different types of outdoor furniture—like teak, aluminum, and wicker—and share over a dozen picks at various price points.

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A Back Bay brownstone that’s “highly, yet invisibly” functional

The exterior is historic, but the interior was a blank canvas for mixing, blending, and composing.

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The appeal of the TikTok everyhouse

The clocks look familiar, and the doors are probably from Lowe’s, and the speckles in the granite look like the speckles in your granite.

Historic laundry building turned live-work loft asks $1.3M on Long Island

Pops of green balance wide-plank wooden floors in this just-listed artist’s retreat.

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How to help your NYC neighbors during the coronavirus pandemic

Looking to get involved? Here are NYC organizations in need of volunteers or donations during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Our house was a refuge—until COVID-19 came home

When my kids grow up, I hope they remember watching "Frozen 2," not the pandemic.

A barn house asking $1.2M has horse stalls for bedrooms

At this barn home in Nebraska, farmhouse style meets Western flair.

A glass ‘farmhouse’ rises on a woodsy island

The owners wanted the home to feel like a natural extension of its forested surroundings.

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How the glass curtain wall was born

Architecture historians consider the Hallidie Building groundbreaking, with some calling it the most important modern building in San Francisco.

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What Boston homebuyers need to know amid coronavirus

Will prices come down? How do I tour a home? Have closings changed? Answers to these questions and more as the virus disrupts the region’s housing market.

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Mapping the West Loop’s unprecedented development boom

A look at the 58 projects in the pipeline.

Former garage transforms into gorgeous home with Brutalist charm 

This Barcelona home is small in size, but rich in concrete—and views.

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Where to buy plants online

Your best bets for houseplants that can be shipped directly to your door.

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I’m adopting San Francisco storm drains—and naming them after women

On alleys named after men, I’m honoring some of my favorite women writers.

Picture-perfect midcentury with pool asks $2.9M

The house centers on a dramatic great room with a boldly sloped diagonal beam, walls of glass, and fireplace.

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A guide to the work of Stanley Saitowitz, the Bay Area’s most polarizing designer

"I am much less interested in self-expression than in establishing opportunities that enable occupants to express themselves."

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A half-hidden East Austin home exposes and restores an environmental legacy

Edgeland House speaks to ecologies past and present

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What does a good megadevelopment look like?

Considering the future of megaprojects—and the future of New York City—through the lens of Sunnyside Yard

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A curated midcentury home amid winding hills

Eclectic collections of furniture and objects fill the classic post-and-beam space.

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21 easy home projects to tackle without buying a thing

From restyling your book shelves to prepping your planters for spring, here are free, easy projects you can do while social distancing at home.

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Where to find the best pottery and ceramics in the Bay Area

These artists are kiln it.

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Why scallions are my quarantine houseplant of choice

Reflecting on a good thing growing in my home, as I enter my fourth week of staying indoors.

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What Detroit homebuyers need to know during the coronavirus pandemic

Sometimes, life can’t wait. We turned to industry professionals on how the homebuying process has changed during the pandemic.

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What New York City homebuyers need to know during the coronavirus pandemic

As the epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S., New York’s real estate market has ground to a halt.

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Safe as houses

Americans have always designed our living spaces to respond to threats both real and imagined.

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Everything about renting in the Boston area amid coronavirus

Here’s regularly updated news and information for tenants as the pandemic upends an already infamously difficult rental market.

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What Chicago homebuyers need to know during the coronavirus pandemic

We’ve sourced expert opinions from real estate industry pros about what it’s like to buy a house right now.

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How to prep your home for a virtual dinner party

A few small changes to your space can go a long way in putting your best (remote) foot forward.

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There’s an Eastie fixer-upper for sale for under $500,000

The house in a prime spot in Eagle Hill has not traded in nearly 30 years, and was on the market only twice during that time.

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How to search for a Boston-area apartment

These 12 sites provide prospective tenants with ways to filter one of the most competitive and expensive rental markets in the United States. Each has its pros and cons.

A minimalist modern mountain home in California

The ski-in, ski-out retreat uses concrete, glass, steel, and walnut to create an organic yet minimalist and polished look.