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For New York to Get Better, Times Square Has to Get Worse

The sensory-overloaded tower will offer visitors the chance to do quite a lot, all in one place: They will be able to sing along with a hologram of their favorite […]




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Start-Ups Flock to WeWork, Trellis and Other Low-Commitment Spaces

When Melissa Pancoast moved her financial literacy start-up, The Beans, into a WeWork office in San Francisco’s Salesforce Tower last May, most of the offices around her were rented out […]







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The Next Affordable City Is Already Too Expensive

Mr. Silbar, the real estate agent, has sold it twice in the past three years. The first time, in November 2019, he represented a buyer who offered $168,000 and got […]




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Warehouse Space Is the Latest Thing Being Hoarded

As retailers and logistics companies try to stockpile goods to hedge against supply chain problems, they are facing a new challenge: In many parts of the United States, there is […]




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After Urban Flight, Corporate Campuses Add a Taste of the City

Others took the same path out of the city. In 1958, General Mills opened its suburban headquarters, a statement of glass-enclosed modernism, eight miles outside Minneapolis. IBM moved from Manhattan […]




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

MÁLAGA, Spain — While learning how to develop video games, David León Serrano, 21, has been enjoying a fairly novel experience for a Spaniard: living in student accommodations on the […]




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Sears, Struggling to Sell Goods, Markets a Valuable Asset: Real Estate

Shoppers may no longer come in droves for wrenches, watches or washing machines. But Sears, the once-ubiquitous department store that has been battered by the growth of e-commerce, may have […]