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Simple Home Improvements for the Vision Impaired

Simple Home Improvements for the Vision Impaired

Paula Dertouzos, who was born with congenital glaucoma, lives at Selis Manor in Chelsea and is happy with technological upgrades like a talking thermostat and a new intercom system.

House Hunting in … Germany

House Hunting in … Germany

Andreas Meichsner for The New York Times

Betting on the Berkshires

Betting on the Berkshires

Nils Schlebusch for The New York Times

Ditching the Tub

Ditching the Tub

Rajeev Basu replaced the 1950s-era tub in his Greenwich Village co-op with a modern, marble-tiled shower. “I just don’t think most young people care about having a tub,” he said.

House Hunting in … Costa Rica

House Hunting in … Costa Rica

Brett Gundlock for The New York Times

Gary Shteyngart’s Year-Round Dacha

Gary Shteyngart’s Year-Round Dacha

Katherine Marks for The New York Times

Feeding the Financial District

Feeding the Financial District

Peter Poulakakos owns no fewer than 10 restaurants south of Chambers Street, and he has several other projects in the works, including the Pier A Harbor House, which overlooks the Hudson River in Battery Park.

Rebooting the Bathroom

Rebooting the Bathroom

Patterned tile isn’t the only way to add drama to a bathroom: By combining muted-color tiles in two shapes — hexagonal and rectangular ($35 and $28 a square foot, from Fireclay Tile) — Megan Gilger of the blog Fresh Exchange created a Zen-like space with visual interest.

An Apartment ‘in the Heart of Everything’

An Apartment ‘in the Heart of Everything’

THE RENTER Ohene Opong-Owusu in his studio apartment in Murray Hill.

Romance? Not in My Backyard

Romance? Not in My Backyard

Some single New Yorkers prefer to travel for romance. Dating someone in their neighborhood — or worse still, their building — they’ll tell you, is just asking for trouble.

When the Best Move Is Staying Put

When the Best Move Is Staying Put

Corey Nolan, left, and Dennis Fare in their one-bedroom apartment in Hoboken, N.J.

Buying a Home Sight Unseen

Buying a Home Sight Unseen

Brad Dickson for The New York Times

The How-on-Earth Garden

The How-on-Earth Garden

David Kelly on the rooftop terrace he designed and planted for a $22.5 million duplex apartment in TriBeCa. Among the concepts: The trees look as if they were growing from the earth. Twenty tons of soil helped make that possible.


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