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Real Estate News
Friday May 29th, 2015
This luxury period-style home on more than 50,000 square feet of land has a national park out the back door and is just a 90-minute drive from Sydney.
From his Pine Island, Fla., home, novelist Randy Wayne White writes amid the mementos of his life as an outdoorsman, adventurer and globe trotter.
Enron, Tyco, WorldCom, Madoff. A look at the mansions built or bought with corporate fraud. (Remember the $6,000 shower curtain?)
Known as “Gemini,” the nearly 16-acre estate south of Palm Beach is one of the highest priced listings in the country
A creative director crafts a San Francisco home dedicated to daring, whimsy and fun.
Buyers value new, highly personalized houses—forget resales. This model has one happy side-effect: a flourishing of some of the world’s most wonderfully bizarre architecture.
With a new Chelsea condominium that’s 80% sold, Scott Resnick shows he’s up to the challenge of developing residential projects on his own.
A. Alfred Taubman, the self-made billionaire who cemented the enclosed shopping mall into American culture has died. He was 91.
The Federal Housing Finance Agency is set to direct Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to reduce mortgage fees on some borrowers.
The Kroeses are selling their waterside home in Westbrook, Conn., designed to complement lives spent largely on sailboats. The nautically themed home is on the market for $1.975 million.
A study by the advocacy group LiveOn NY has identified 39 parking lots in the five boroughs that it says are underused and would be better used as housing for seniors.
A round-up of commercial real-estate news in the Greater New York region.
A slew of innovative app-based services help New Yorkers instantly book short stints at the smallest of city spaces—a bathroom, a living room, an office. Need a pit stop? Try Airpnp.
The affluent New Jersey community, population 10,600, is about 25 miles from Manhattan. Residents are drawn by its well-regarded public schools, relatively low property taxes and bucolic atmosphere.
A. Mitti Liebersohn has left his longtime brokerage team at JLL to join Avison Young’s New York office.
A roundup of real-estate news in the Greater New York area.
Collectors are tuning into radios designed by Charles and Ray Eames—a more accessible way to own an original by the midcentury masters.
Even if you aren’t ready for Marie Kondo’s life-changing magic, you can still embrace the beauty of simplicity by investing in items that are functional and stylish.
Choose the perfect vase to display those long-awaited spring flowers at their best.
The influential photographer lived at the West Village property in the 1960s.
For an April-themed arrangement, floral designer Lindsey Taylor welcomes the rainy season with a riff on Gerhard Richter’s windshield-wiper-ish painting ‘Bouquet.’
Anyone inspired to donate their home to charity should know that the tax rules are complicated.
The actress/dancer was a tomboy who grew up in a lively Washington, D.C., home.
The “Austin Powers” creator purchased the 4,200-square-foot penthouse in Soho for roughly $7.9 million in 2007
Under construction, the apartment has the highest asking price in the city.
An analysis of home listings over a two-month period identifies San Jose, Calif., as the place where home buyers need to act quickly.
A look inside the $85,000 closet renovation of a California doctor.
The 98-acre property in Mount Kisco, N.Y. was once owned by showman Billy Rose
Homes with a special feature that is no longer allowed under local building rules may give owners an edge when it’s time to sell.
There are rare deals in glittering Cap d’Antibes, the onetime party spot of F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald.
Spain’s second city is luring new home buyers who like the city-and-surf lifestyle of the coastal metropolis.
Many who lost their homes during the early part of the financial crisis are rebounding after credit-penalty phase.
When crude prices were high, the commercial real-estate market in Canada’s oil capital rivaled that of Houston. Now energy companies are cutting back, vacating a record amount of space even as construction of nine major buildings is under way.
Construction should start in about a month on a $14.5 million retail concourse named Turnstyle, two underground blocks on the corridor leading to the 59th Street-Columbus Circle subway station.
California, a state notorious for strict environmental reviews and aggressive community activist groups, may have just gotten even tougher for developers.
Brookfield Property Partners is plowing ahead with a giant $2 billion glass tower on New York City’s West Side.