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With zoning changes, taller buildings will be going up in Inwood, but affordable housing is also expected to follow. nyti.ms/3BVC9b4
Prospective homeowners, get your poles and clubs ready. nyti.ms/3tvnPmC
What can you get for $1.5 million? An 1894 Queen Anne Victorian in St. Paul, MInn.; an 1820 expanded farmhouse in Charlottesville, Va.; or a 1908 Craftsman home in Los Angeles. nyti.ms/3hdI9UE
In a shifting climate, with environmental diversity at risk, it’s never been more important to propagate native plants like wildflowers. Here’s how. nyti.ms/2X4t0yd
As the condo market turns the corner and developers try to cobble together new building sites, a handful of holdouts -- the latest in a long tradition of headstrong and sometimes quirky residents — are hanging onto their hard-fought patch of dirt. nyti.ms/3A6qC8o
From Portugal to Barbados, available homes for the golf enthusiast.  nyti.ms/3E7J1E3
Michel Laclotte was the steady hand that championed the Musée D’Orsay and the Louvre pyramid, two of the most contentious architectural projects in Paris’s history. He has died at 91. nyti.ms/2VwnWBU
Despite the struggles of the pandemic, new apartments are being built at a pace similar to that of the previous five years. nyti.ms/3lfwV38
At this Kansas golf course there are no official dues to join. The price to play is a six-pack of beer. nyti.ms/2Xd7S93
The pandemic put a general crimp in housing construction, but it made for busier times at this California factory for prefabricated apartments nyti.ms/2X7C3xY
Homes for sale in St. George, Flatbush and the West Village are on our reporters' radars in this week's "On the Market" column. nyti.ms/3E4FUNc
Homes in Holmdel, N.J., and White Plains, N.Y., are reviewed by our reporters in this week's "On the Market" column. nyti.ms/3A6q3vi
Homes in Holmdel, N.J., and White Plains, N.Y., are reviewed by our reporters in this week's "On the Market" column. nyti.ms/3yW1GPr
In the San Francisco Bay Area, many home sellers deliberately underprice their homes to spur bidding wars, leading to sales prices that can be much higher than the asking price -- like a home listed at $795,000 that sold for $1.4 million nyti.ms/3jRlwHv
If you don’t have a folding screen and you’re working from home, you may want to get one. Thom Filicia explains why. nyti.ms/3BKlyHd
What sold in the $1.5 million range in and around NYC? A  condo with East River views and a doorman in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, a contemporary house with Hudson River views in Sleepy Hollow, N.Y., and a 1960 house with two laundry rooms in Woodmere, L.I.  nyti.ms/3DUYebu
What can you get for $4.8 million in California? A 1939 Georgian-style estate in Monterey, a beachfront home in San Clemente or a 1928 Mediterranean-style house in San Marino. nyti.ms/3BKknHD
With zoning changes, taller buildings will be going up in Inwood, but affordable housing is also expected to follow. nyti.ms/2X9sqib
Not at the same time, of course nyti.ms/38VPpjK
Michel Laclotte was the steady hand that championed the Musée D’Orsay and the Louvre pyramid, two of the most contentious architectural projects in Paris’s history. He has died at 91. nyti.ms/3zXjtHr
I think My co-op board discriminated against me. What can I do? nyti.ms/3BGziTd
In a shifting climate, with environmental diversity at risk, it’s never been more important to propagate native plants like wildflowers. Here’s how. nyti.ms/3DVdnK2
“It’s a time capsule in many ways, back to the 19th century. It’s the best bit of golf escapism in the world.” nyti.ms/3EeO5a2
For golf enthusiasts looking for homes near a course, the beach offers another allure. nyti.ms/3jYF6l1
In the San Francisco Bay Area, many home sellers deliberately underprice their homes to spur bidding wars, leading to sales prices that can be much higher than the asking price -- like a home listed at $795,000 that sold for $1.4 million nyti.ms/3kVXhqU
"First and foremost, decide what you want. Mountains? Ocean? River? Lake?" nyti.ms/3BXspx1
“Our design philosophy wasn’t to make it the hardest or the longest shots, but how to make the most fun three acres we could.” nyti.ms/3A29ArV
Despite the struggles of the pandemic, new apartments are being built at a pace similar to that of the previous five years. nyti.ms/3z1vcDw
The pandemic put a general crimp in housing construction, but it made for busier times at this California factory for prefabricated apartments nyti.ms/38VD1A5
Homes for sale in St. George, Flatbush and the West Village are on our reporters' radars in this week's "On the Market" column. nyti.ms/3yZavbc
As the condo market turns the corner and developers try to cobble together new building sites, a handful of holdouts -- the latest in a long tradition of headstrong and sometimes quirky residents — are hanging onto their hard-fought patch of dirt. nyti.ms/3jZfBAg
Sixty-five years ago, a gated community and golf course was built for American military personnel stationed near Zaragoza, Spain. Over the years, its allure has only grown. nyti.ms/3nphNmz
How much do you really love golf? If the answer is "somewhat," fractional ownership may be for you.  nyti.ms/3E0oW2N
Homes in Holmdel, N.J., and White Plains, N.Y., are reviewed by our reporters in this week's "On the Market" column. nyti.ms/3tw8P83
What can you get for $1.5 million? An 1894 Queen Anne Victorian in St. Paul, MInn.; an 1820 expanded farmhouse in Charlottesville, Va.; or a 1908 Craftsman home in Los Angeles. nyti.ms/2X6xGDB
With its many coves and inlets — and two dozen or so tiny islands — the shoreline town of Branford, Conn., is popular with those seeking refuge from city life. nyti.ms/3nsw2r1
For sale: This solitary oceanfront retreat on the Atlantic coast of Turks and Caicos can be yours for $2.25 million  nyti.ms/3hg8TEe
Rental prices have bounced back since the height of the pandemic, but there are still ways to get a good deal if you know where to look. nyti.ms/3gZVJeo
Drew and Jeanne Barber thought they had found the ideal place to raise their children when they bought a house in Farmington, Conn. But then uninvited guests arrived: “It turned out that the house was overrun by mice.” nyti.ms/3BHspRM
What can you get for $4.8 million in California? A 1939 Georgian-style estate in Monterey, a beachfront home in San Clemente or a 1928 Mediterranean-style house in San Marino. nyti.ms/3h9XUMn
What sold in the $1.5 million range in and around NYC? A  condo with East River views and a doorman in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, a contemporary house with Hudson River views in Sleepy Hollow, N.Y., and a 1960 house with two laundry rooms in Woodmere, L.I.  nyti.ms/3l0kLuR
Long-forgotten motels in upstate New York are being revitalized as vacation destinations, perfect for a long weekend in the pool. nyti.ms/3h0DdT8
A triplex co-op with views of the Central Park reservoir, sold for $60 million, which was $20 million over the asking price. nyti.ms/3jHFXX7
Why move to Branford, Conn.? With a population of about 28,000, the shoreline town has all the conveniences of a large place, but the “vibe and character” of a smaller one, said one new resident. nyti.ms/3yX254h
The rental market is bouncing back, but there are still ways to get a good deal if you know where to look nyti.ms/3gZOBhW
In the San Francisco Bay Area, many home sellers deliberately underprice their homes to spur bidding wars, leading to sales prices that can be much higher than the asking price -- like a home listed at $795,000 that sold for $1.4 million nyti.ms/38Ou9wg
Drew and Jeanne Barber thought they had found the ideal place to raise their children when they bought a house in Farmington, Conn. But then uninvited guests arrived: “It turned out that the house was overrun by mice.” nyti.ms/3zOa3Op
In a shifting climate, with environmental diversity at risk, it’s never been more important to propagate native plants like wildflowers. Here’s how. nyti.ms/3l7R8Ia
What can you get for $1.5 million? An 1894 Queen Anne Victorian in St. Paul, MInn.; an 1820 expanded farmhouse in Charlottesville, Va.; or a 1908 Craftsman home in Los Angeles. nyti.ms/2WZKiwa
In the San Francisco Bay Area, many home sellers deliberately underprice their homes to spur bidding wars, leading to sales prices that can be much higher than the asking price -- like a home listed at $795,000 that sold for $1.4 million nyti.ms/3jQaxhi
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