Soaring high above the bustling streets of Van Nuys Civic Center, 1370 Building on Friar Street is one of the impressive office and retail buildings.

“The building is unabashedly second to none in the Van Nuys area and inspiring to walk into every day.”

D.C.’s Garfield Heights: A slowly changing neighborhood waits for its own boom

In a gentrifying, growing city, Anacostia residents find a sense of community despite longtime problems with violence. Source: New feed
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A Bethesda house designed by an architect — for the architect

HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The modern home is smaller, energy-efficient and easy to maintain. Source: New feed
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Mortgage rates rise on expectation of Fed’s possible cut in short-term interest rates

The 30-year fixed-rate average climbed for the first time in three weeks. Source: New feed
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The Most Popular Properties of June

The most-viewed listings on The New York Times’s Find a Home site in June were multi-million dollar homes—except one. Source: New feed
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Why city dwellers are seeking out second homes in the suburbs

With busy work schedules, traffic and family commitments, the dual lifestyle is becoming increasingly common. Source: New feed
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Upscale condo building in Shaw is 60 percent sold

11Q is a 15-unit building with apartments from $499,900 to $1 million. Source: New feed
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$1.6 Million Homes in New Jersey, California and Hawaii

A circa-1900 Tudor in Summit, a hillside house in Los Angeles and an island retreat on Kauai. Source: New feed
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A Cliffside Haven on the Spanish Coast

This seven-bedroom house built into the side of a cliff in the province of Cadiz, Spain, is on the market for $3.2 million. Source: New feed
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What You Get for $1.6 Million

A circa-1900 Tudor in Summit, N.J.; a hillside house in Los Angeles; and an island retreat in Hawaii. Source: New feed
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Living In … Essex, Conn.

Almost any holiday is an excuse for a parade in this Colonial-era river town. Even Burning of the Ships Day, commemorating a British attack in 1814. Source: New feed
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