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Tuesday March 3rd, 2015

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Tuesday March 3rd, 2015

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A Vacation Cottage in Japan

This home on the northern island of Hokkaido has a modern Japanese design and is a short walk to the nearest ski resort.

Condos Fused to Solve Space Crunch

Combining two condos to make one large unit adds coveted square footage. But the combo-condo boosts property values as well.

A Saudi Prince's New York Nest Is Listing for $48.5 Million

The triplex apartment of Prince Nawaf bin Sultan bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud includes three bullet-proof panic rooms and a sushi island bar.

Greta Van Susteren Cuts the Price on Her Maryland Home

The Fox News host and husband John Coale are seeking $1.825 million for their 18th-century Annapolis house.

San Francisco Penthouse Under Construction Seeking a Record $49 Million

The roughly 15,000-square-foot unit is on the 41st and 42nd floors of the Lumina, a two-tower project that is generating sales from the tech industry

Queens Village Stirs Community Feeling

Queens Village features single-family houses, quiet and plenty of diversity.

For Sandy-Struck Eatery, a New Start

Recently opened Café 55 brings a little Paris to New York’s financial district.

Revel Casino Strikes Deal With Straub

Revel Casino Hotel has struck a new deal to sell the beleaguered Atlantic City. N.J., resort to Florida-based developer Glenn Straub.

A Haute-Boho Look for Your Home

A favorite of jet-setters and ‘60s free spirits alike, suzani textiles are a lovely way to tap into spring’s bohemian revival.

Florida Developer Rides Four Seasons Wave

Nadim Ashi plans to build a Four Seasons hotel and condos behind the legendary Surf Club in Miami Beach, part of a new vanguard of developers entering untapped markets for the luxury brand.

U.S. Home Sales Falter to Start Year

Sales of previously owned homes slowed in January, a reflection of the rising prices and tight supplies that could constrain the housing market this year.

Calgary Feels the Chill From Oil Slump

Calgary, Canada’s energy capital, is starting to feel the impact of the oil-price collapse.

Floral Paperweights: Spring Comes Early

They may conjure a whiff of old-fashioned parlors, but these decorative orbs are the cure for the cold-weather blues, argues one smitten writer.

When to Refinance

A surprise interest-rate drop in January spurred a record number of homeowners to refinance. What you should know when rates fall again.

Joan Rivers's Favorite Things

Melissa Rivers, daughter of the late comedian, on five favorite items in her mother’s gilded triplex

A Raw Deal for Real-Estate Agents

Real estate can be risky for agents themselves. Fickle buyers, unforeseen structural issues, setbacks in financing can all scuttle a deal.

A London Warehouse Looks Up

After a smart purchase—and a five-year-long delay—a designer builds a glamorous three-bedroom duplex

Bahamaian Property With Plans for 'Billionaire's Compound' Is Listing for $41 Million

In the Berry Islands, the 164-acre property includes plans for a 22,000-square-foot home with a moat and 16 Tiki-style bungalows on stilts.

Fisher Island Mounts a Comeback

After a spate of legal and financial troubles, the celebrity-studded Florida enclave is setting new price records

Photographer Peter Lik Is Listing in Maui for $19.8 Million

In the Kapalua Resort, the roughly 4,000-square-foot home has rammed-earth walls and glass panels opened by hydraulic lifts

What's the Deal: News Digest

A roundup of real-estate news in the Greater New York area.

States Target Lawsuits Against Builders

Lawmakers in several states, led by Nevada, are moving to rein in construction-defect laws, a change that would curtail allegedly frivolous litigation but also make it more difficult for homeowners with legitimate claims to sue home builders over flaws.

Lamar Revenue Tops Expectations

Lamar Advertising reported that its revenue rose more than expected in the December quarter, after its funds from operations jumped 59% due to its conversion into a real-estate investment trust.