Staten Island contains impressive historic enclaves and distinctive attractions. Its eclectic offerings include a variety of day-trip-worthy destinations for nature, history and food lovers.
For design inspiration, look inside 'Brooklyn Interiors,' a new coffee-table book from Rizzoli. It's a tour of two dozen homes belonging to a certain arty subset of Brooklynites, quite a few of whom are artists, designers or in the fashion biz.
Brooklyn homes don't come any grander than this one. If Louis XIV was looking for a property in Brooklyn right now he'd no doubt zero in on this place, one of the most distinguished houses on one of the borough's most distinguished blocks, at 1305 Albemarle Road in Prospect Park South.
These upstate enchanters are all located in the historic Hudson Valley town of Kingston, N.Y. The prices range from just under $115,000 to just under $190,000.
After years of rumors and speculation, Brooklyn's first Apple store will open on Bedford Avenue July 30, according to the computer maker.
Young designer and recent transplant Luna Grey decorated her rental unit in Bushwick with style, warmth and an eye on the budget.
Do you know the difference between condos and co-ops? You should if you are buying because it can affect everything from the size of your down payment to whether or not you are allowed to have a washer/dryer in your apartment.
Often less expensive than a condo, co-ops have a unique ownership structure, unusual rules and requirements, and a very involved buying process.
As the cement heats up and the humidity sets in, an escape from New York can seem more than necessary -- but if you truly can't get out of town, know that it's possible to escape the urban mania without leaving the city.
On the verge of having their first child, a young couple bought their first home: a three-bedroom brownstone floor-through on a tree-lined avenue in Park Slope.