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A Long Island Home for the Arts
The contemporary East Hampton, N.Y. home, built in 1994, features a 1,230-square-foot art gallery and open, airy rooms.
Luxury Condos Tempt the Toddlers
A handful of New York City developers are wooing potential buyers with on-site classes?some even curated by museums?for the children of residents.
Business Pardners on the Mega-Ranch
In a modern-day stampede, billionaire execs are buying ranches for the cattle operations, game-hunting?and to entertain clients and guests.
A Minimalist Miami Home---Kids Welcome
The architect describes the details of his all-white ?everything room,? where his young children frequently play.
How to Make a Unique Fall Bouquet
Create a hauntingly beautiful Brontė-esque bouquet by combining the velvety hues of darker flowers with dusky-sky streaks of pale pink roses and pink-flushed snowberry.
Designing an Art-Focused Room
Take a page from the book of Nancy Braithwaite, one of the art collecting world?s favorite decorators, and turn your space into a restrained antidote to sensory overload.
A Modular-Design Setback in Brooklyn
Advocates of affordable housing and for design innovation cheered in 2011 when Forest City Ratner unveiled plans to push ?modular? construction techniques with a Brooklyn apartment tower. But now Forest City and construction company Skanska USA are suing each other over B2 BKLYN.
A Bet on Miami Signals Luxury Retail's Urban Shift
General Growth Properties. and Ashkenazy Acquisition are paying $280 million for a 20% stake in the company that owns much of this city?s Design District, betting on the emerging luxury-retail neighborhood as some 50 brands prepare to open new stores.
San Francisco Puts a Price on Eviction
Landlords and tenants in San Francisco are battling in court over an ordinance that would sharply boost the size of payments to those evicted from rent-controlled apartments.
Newmark's Grand Leasing Assignment
Newmark Grubb Knight Frank has landed the high-profile leasing assignment for Grand Central Terminal?s retail space, a coup for the company which has made retail a priority in its global expansion.
Preservationists Stymie a Developer's Comeback
Georgia developer Ben Carter, who is rebounding from a high-profile loss of a $400 million Atlanta project during the downturn, has run into a different kind of headache with his current plan to overhaul one of Savannah?s major commercial corridors: preservationists.
London's Regent's Park Is Having a Moment
Prices are rising around the park as new buyers move in, drawn to tight security and great views.
Donna Karan Lists in Turks and Caicos for $39 Million
The fashion designer is selling a portion of her longtime family retreat on Parrot Cay, adding to the number of high-profile properties to come to market on the small island recently.
Jason Kidd Lists Hamptons Home for $7.995 Million
The retired NBA star is selling to be closer to his new coaching position in Milwaukee, according to the listing agent
Can Tylenol Ease the Pain of a Home Sale?
Taking Tylenol can reduce the psychological pain of decision-making, a new study finds. We ask if two tablets could affect a real-estate deal.
Jodi Picoult on Building Her Dream Home
The bestselling author recalls her suburban childhood in a development called Storybook development and the house she and her husband built in Hanover, N.H.
Workaround for Wealthy People
Some lenders bypass tightened mortgage rules when dealing with wealthy clients who, on paper, don?t meet government standards.
Wine Cellars Rise Up
After centuries underground, wine storage is moving to the upper floors with LED lights and glass walls. Now, how to keep the vino cold?
Own a Private Winery
After a career in business, some former execs are buying hobby vineyards. While they can savor the fruits of their labor, hungry caterpillars and foul weather loom.
John Legend Lists in Los Angeles for $1.995 Million
The Hollywood Hills house has three bedrooms, one of which Mr. Legend uses as a studio where he wrote and recorded several of the songs on his current album, ?Love in the Future.?
A Fido-Friendly Caribbean Estate Lists for $48 Million
Dallas investor Robert Haas and his wife Candice named the home they built ?Oliver?s Cove,? after the first of their many rescue dogs
At Banfi Winery, Tuscan Meets Tudor
The Mariani family business makes its home in a restored Long Island manor.
Casinos Put Up Hands Near Colleges
Casino gambling may soon be added to the list of campus vices in New York, drawing anticipation from college students and concern from legislators and school officials.
Hotel Family Lays Out a Future
Denihan Hospitality Group is focusing on expansion as it rides the strong hotel market in New York and looks to a new generation of the Denihan family.