New York


Manhattan Rents Break Another Record, as Market Shows Signs of Cooling

The median rent reached nearly $3,400 in December, the highest price ever for the traditionally quiet month.

février 4, 2022       By Stefanos Chen


How the Pandemic Pushed Landlords to Get Creative to Fill Retail Space

Tenants are being offered concessions like reduced rates and customized spaces, while vacant storefronts are being filled with pop-up shops and works by local artists.

février 4, 2022       By Jane Margolies


Dorms Pop Up in Spain as More Students Seek Housing Away From Home

The country’s student population has become increasingly mobile, fueling investments in accommodations, largely funded by foreign capital.

février 4, 2022       By Raphael Minder


What Bosses Really Think About Returning to the Office

C.E.O.s are eager for employees to return — and afraid of alienating those who have grown accustomed to working from home.

janvier 31, 2022       By David Gelles


Robert Durst, Real Estate Scion Convicted as a Killer, Dies at 78

He was a suspect in three lurid murders and became a fugitive. In September, he was found guilty in the fatal shooting of a confidante and sentenced to life in prison.

janvier 31, 2022       By Robert D. McFadden


Retailers Scramble to Attract Workers Ahead of the Holidays

Signing bonuses, higher wages, even college tuition. Companies are using perks to entice new employees in an industry that has been battered by the pandemic.

janvier 31, 2022       By Sapna Maheshwari and Michael Corkery


Bloomfield, N.J.: A Walkable Suburb With Plenty of Green Space

Less than 20 miles from Midtown, the Essex County township appeals to those who want to move out of the city without leaving its conveniences behind.

janvier 31, 2022       By Kathleen Lynn


Where to Find the Most Affordable Studio Apartments

Where do the unattached contribute the smallest chunk of their paycheck to rent a studio apartment?

janvier 31, 2022       By Michael Kolomatsky


What $1.3 Million Buys You in Maine, New Mexico and New York

A Colonial Revival home in Cape Elizabeth, a desert house in Taos and an 1880 Victorian in Greenport.

janvier 19, 2022       By Angela Serratore


With Gatherings Banned Amid Turmoil, Tunisians Can Only Watch. And Wait.

Days after their president staged a power grab, threatening their young democracy, many Tunisians are banking on the hope that things cannot get much worse.

janvier 14, 2022