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Robert A.M. Stern’s firm has designed a new luxury masonry building, with some modern tweaks. Can it compete with glassy towers?
With lots of buyers and low inventory, homes in Sayville are selling faster and at higher prices than a year ago.
Tired of subletting and couch surfing, three actors and a lighting designer put together a real home in a shared rental.