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Australian Country Living by the River
This period-style house sits on more than two acres that includes a fish-filled creek and tropical-fruit orchards.
Architect Homes: Streamlined Yet Sophisticated
Many luxury buyers seek homes with complicated floor plans, high-end finishes and the latest technology. But architects? homes are often simple, yet sophisticated structures.
Marbella Makes a Splash
Spain?s tony coastal resort is in high demand again, as buyers seek luxury year-round getaways
Vero Beach, Florida's Priciest Property Seeks $35 Million
The oceanfront estate has a hair salon, outdoor pizza oven, a motorized turntable for cars and a tiki hut.
Fashion Designer Max Azria Is Listing Los Angeles Mansion for $85 Million
The elaborate estate in Holmby Hills includes a theater with a candy and popcorn bar, tennis court with an elevated viewing box and two greenhouses.
Spring Puts Bounce in Housing Market
Ahead of the Tape: After a slowdown, house prices may get a second wind this spring as measured by S&P/Case-Shiller data.
Rents Fall, Vacancies Rise as Moscow Confronts Flagging Economy
The empty storefronts and for-rent signs that pockmark the upscale shopping strip of Tverskaya Street illustrate impact of the ruble?s collapse and Russia?s broader economic troubles on commercial real estate.
Labor of Love for Flatiron's Superintendent
Before Sunny Atis began working at the Flatiron Building, he had never heard of the storied wedge-shaped structure. But for the past 26 years, he has taken care of the Manhattan building like it?s his own.
NYC Audit Criticizes Processing of Sandy Aid
Comptroller cites delayed payments to property-damage victims as consultants reaped millions.
Monochrome Home: Richness of Limited Palettes
When it comes to décor, restricted palettes of black, white and gray don?t have to be dull, says interiors stylist Hilary Robertson. The potential for textural and tonal variation is...unlimited.
Time to Bring Palette of Spring Indoors
Ellen O?Neill, creative director for Benjamin Moore, on how a fresh coat of paint can be an easy way to add oomph to a home.
5 Vases That Evoke Gilded-Age Glamour
So long, dreary winter bouquets of twigs and berries. These opulent gold and metallic vases go better with unrestrained floral statements.
Neo-Memphis Design: It Came From the '80s
The campy 1980s furniture, known for wild colors, crazy patterns and exaggerated shapes, gets a reverent reboot from next-gen designers.
Reinventing the Torchière Lamp
How Parisian sculptor Philippe Anthonioz has upgraded that dorm-room cliché?the torchière lamp?in bronze.
Top Spots for Luxury Getaway Homes
Buyers looking to buy or build a luxury vacation home can start the house-hunt at these five popular destinations.
Vacation Equation: Financing a Second Home
Behind the surge in vacation-home purchases: a rebounding real-estate market?and baby boomers looking for a retirement destination.
Commanding Vacation Compounds
Grandkids coming to visit? Three oversize vacation retreats in Florida, California and New Mexico with plenty of room for the family
Miami Beach Home Once Owned by Lenny Kravitz Asks $7.995 Million
The house?s rock star features include a wall for security and ?sexy? mood lighting.
Good Brokers Make Good Neighbors
Proximity to your real-estate agent?s office can translate to a faster sale, a study finds.
A Wright House Rubs the Wrong Way
A fight over construction of a Frank Lloyd Wright has divided a peaceful British village.
A Creative Couple's New York Townhouse Is Listing for $38 Million
Measuring about 12,500 square feet, the house belonged to the late composer Mitch Leigh, who wrote the score to ?Man of La Mancha,? and his wife, artist Abby Leigh
'Sonny and Cher' Producer's Beverly Hills Estate Listing for $25 Million
Owned by the late Nick Vanoff, the home is about 8,800 square feet with nine bedrooms and 12 bathrooms.
How Victoria Clark Learned to Be Fearless
The Tony-winning actress recalls a lively childhood home in Dallas.
CBRE to Buy Johnson Controls Workplace Unit
BRE Group, the world?s largest commercial real-estate-services firm, is making a further push into managing facilities for big corporations by agreeing to buy Johnson Controls Inc.?s workplace solutions business for $1.48 billion.
Office Markets in Tech-Heavy Cities Lead 2015 Pack
The U.S. office market continued its slow-and-steady recovery in the first quarter, with technology-heavy markets leading an overall modest growth of rents and occupancies.
China Tries to Help Property Firms Get Back in the Black
Several property developers recently have received loans or investments from state-owned firms. But is the government making a good bet by investing in them amid a slump, or is it trying to keep the companies afloat?
Property Investors' Horror: Zombie REITs
There are a record 41 so-called zombie REITs that can?t sell shares to raise money for growth and are having trouble liquidating assets to return shareholder capital.