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Garden Design Ideas

By Margaret Roach

Whether you want to frame a view or block one, sometimes all it takes is a few well-placed plants — and some guiding principles.

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Technology Bridges the Gap to Better Sight

By Janet Morrissey

More than 6 million Americans have vision problems that cannot be corrected by glasses or contact lenses. Companies like IrisVision are creating headsets to help them see better.

Technology Bridges the Gap to Better Sight

By Janet Morrissey

More than 6 million Americans have vision problems that cannot be corrected by glasses or contact lenses. Companies like IrisVision are creating headsets to help them see better.

Designing a Garden? You’ll Need a Plan

By Margaret Roach

Whether you want to frame a view or block one, sometimes all it takes is a few well-placed plants — and some guiding principles.

β€˜Time Is Always Money’: Pandemic Lockdowns Hasten Infrastructure Work

By Miranda S. Spivack

Improvement of roads and rails has accelerated, but the crisis has strained budgets, muddling prospects for the projects and the real estate developments that count on them.

Magic Leap Hires Top Microsoft Executive as C.E.O.

By Erin Griffith and Karen Weise

Peggy Johnson, who led Microsoft’s business development, will take over the struggling virtual reality start-up in August.

Magic Leap Hires Top Microsoft Executive as C.E.O.

By Erin Griffith and Karen Weise

Peggy Johnson, who led Microsoft’s business development, will take over the struggling virtual reality start-up in August.

Living With Your Desk Mates

By Kim Velsey

Five work colleagues, living alone during the pandemic, decide to rent a house in the country and quarantine together.

Comfort Viewing: 3 Reasons I Love β€˜Grand Designs’

By Natalie Rinn

It’s a bit like “The Great British Baking Show,” but in this series, the goal is to build dream homes, not frangipani and iced buns. It’s also deeply human.

Sleeping Outside in a Pandemic: Vulnerable Renters Face Evictions

By Caitlin Dickerson

As the coronavirus prevents people from going back to work and paying their rent, evictions have begun, often targeting vulnerable people such as unauthorized immigrants.

β€˜Liberty Bell’ Tolls for Sites Where History Is Alive and Kicking

By David Colman

Nancy Baker Cahill uses augmented reality to explore the meaning of historical sites from the Rockaways in New York to Selma, Ala. Is public art embellishing our heritage, or defacing it?

Real Estate Prices Fall Sharply in New York

By Stefanos Chen and Sydney Franklin

Since the coronavirus shut the city down, the number of sales in Manhattan dropped 54 percent and the median price fell to $1 million.

Hydrangeas: Uncommon Varieties for Your Garden

By Margaret Roach

But they’re not all created equal. Here are some uncommon varieties you may not have considered.

As Major League Soccer Expands, Teams Are Getting New Homes

By Keith Schneider

Seven teams are building privately financed stadiums, a departure from the billions of public dollars spent on new arenas in other sports leagues.

More Space, Same Address

By Jane Margolies

As quarantining has made small apartments seem minuscule, some renters have been able to find larger places without leaving the building.

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