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When the Apartment Next Door Reeks of Weed

Q: I live in a duplex in northern New Jersey with my spouse and 15-month-old son. Our landlord lives in the unit next door. Whenever we turn on our air-conditioning, an overwhelming smell of marijuana permeates the house. We told our landlord about the odor, but he said he didn’t …

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How New Rent Laws in N.Y. Help All Tenants

[What you need to know to start the day: Get New York Today in your inbox.] The bulk of the landmark changes to New York’s rent laws last week was aimed at strengthening protections for the 2.4 million people who live in New York City’s rent-regulated apartments, or almost half …

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A Condo That Nods to Art Deco Design

In calling itself Rose Hill, after an old Manhattan neighborhood, a condo that’s rising on East 29th Street is breathing new life into a once-venerable name. The same might be said of the developer of the 123-unit project, the Rockefeller Group, which is named for the family that built Rockefeller …

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Moving This Summer? Consider a Hard Hat

Ms. Chan, who bought her two-bedroom apartment in Greenpoint four years ago with her husband, said she was sad to sell, because the construction boom brought needed resources to the area: new retail, restaurants and child-care options for their two young children. The building, part of a former pencil factory …

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Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan

Click on the slide show to see this week’s featured properties: In Gowanus, Brooklyn, a spacious two-bedroom, two-bath, 1,115-square-foot apartment with an open layout, recently renovated kitchen, Nest-controlled air-conditioning and heating, five closets, exposed brick and original timber beams, in a turn-of-the-century jute factory that was converted to condos in …

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Airplane Noise and Real Estate

Before you rent or buy that new home, look up and listen. One of the most unpleasant moving-day surprises is a constant procession of low-flying planes and the noise that comes with them. In a recent study, Localize.city, the real estate data and listings site, examined airplane noise in New …

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On the Market in New York City

West Village Co-op • $1,700,000 • MANHATTAN • 92 Horatio Street, No. 2CDE A two-bedroom, two-bath created from three studio apartments, with brick fireplaces, large windows and tall ceilings in a five-story, prewar building. Becca Friedman, 917-653-7046, and Elizabeth Sahlman, 212-323-3240, Corcoran Group; corcoran.com Source link

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