What Makes a Garden a Work of Art? Piet Oudolf Explains.
The noted designer of the High Line has wisdom to share with other gardeners: “I put plants on a stage…Read More »
A Fight Over Yachts Is a Battle for the Soul of the North Fork
Thousands of residents in the hamlet of Mattituck say a plan to build storage for 88 yachts would destroy the…Read More »
Pleasantville, N.Y.: A Walkable Village That Checks ‘All the Boxes’
The Westchester community attracts an eclectic mix of residents who appreciate the artsy vibe, the charming homes and the proximity…Read More »
$2.7 Million Homes in New York, Florida and Michigan
A Carpenter Gothic showplace in Shelter Island Heights, an 1890 home in Key West and a midcentury-modern house in Bloomfield…Read More »
Being Born in the Hamptons Is One Thing. Staying Is Quite Another.
The housing market remains way out of reach for locals who want to live, work and raise a family in…Read More »
Can I Get Around a No-Pet Policy With an Emotional Support Animal?
If you need an emotional support animal to help treat the symptoms of a disability, your landlord must accommodate the…Read More »
$4.2 Million Homes in California
A midcentury-modern house in Los Angeles, a 1937 cottage in Laguna Beach and a 2021 home in Hermosa Beach.Read More »
Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Brooklyn
This week’s properties are in Turtle Bay, Hamilton Heights and Bedford-Stuyvesant.Read More »
Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey
This week’s properties are five-bedroom homes in Huntington, N.Y., and Glen Ridge, N.J.Read More »
Where Can You Find a No-Fee Rental?
A median-priced New York City rental apartment could come with a broker’s fee of nearly $7,000.Read More »