Lorry Lokey, founder of Business Wire, has listed his Russian Hill apartment to get closer to his goal of giving away $1 billion
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Prices are rising around the park as new buyers move in, drawn to tight security and great views.
The retired NBA star is selling to be closer to his new coaching position in Milwaukee, according to the listing agent
Some lenders bypass tightened mortgage rules when dealing with wealthy clients who, on paper, don’t meet government standards.
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.”
The Post-Modernism master loves open-air hotels, hates cheap trophies and has forgiven his mother for worrying that he would become a starving artist.
Floral designer Lindsey Taylor emulates the look of a 1963 canvas by the iconoclastic Abstract Expressionist painter.
The powerful effect of New York City’s improving office market is washing over Third Avenue, a corridor that only a few years ago had been largely viewed as a Midtown laggard.
A roundup of commercial property news from across the tri-state region.
Ho-Ho-Kus residents prize the borough’s sense of civic engagement, where many volunteer for local committees or organizations, including the fire department.
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.
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.
Forest City Ratner’s executive chairman, Bruce Ratner, who played a major role in the transformation of Brooklyn and Harlem, talks about the future of real-estate development.
Office projects are going up in London and elsewhere in Europe without the usual prerequisite of confirmed tenants, as investors embrace higher risk.
Dallas investor Robert Haas and his wife Candice named the home they built “Oliver’s Cove,” after the first of their many rescue dogs
The Mariani family business makes its home in a restored Long Island manor.
The model had owned the fifth-floor pied-à-terre since the 1990s.
The Belgian city’s lofts edge out historic townhouses as the most sought-after real estate.
On nearly 7 acres, the house will be one of the priciest on the market in the Miami area
The unusual, roughly 65-foot-wide structure was created out of two older buildings.
Bullish mortgage lenders are lowering the minimum FICO scores borrowers need to get a jumbo loan.
The former Defense Secretary on how a fruit stand on his family’s California farm launched his career
Off the coast of South Carolina, St. Phillips Island is reachable only by boat and has two dwellings on it.
Hundreds of London’s public buildings are being sold off to bolster Britain’s finances. The result: luxury apartments in former town halls, firehouses and military outposts.
Robert Pamplin has turned his 400-acre estate in Sherwood, Ore., into an embodiment of his personal philosophy
Mortgage rates this week fell to their lowest level since June 2013, mortgage-finance company Freddie Mac said Thursday, as the jitters being felt in the stock and bond markets ripple throughout the economy.
Renwick Street, one of a few, largely hidden one-block streets in Manhattan, is coming out from the shadows with a burst of new development construction.
As foreign investors and pension funds push up prices for top-quality, low-vacancy office buildings, Boston Properties, one of the nation’s largest owners of existing office space is shifting gears.
The weak Stamford, Conn., office leasing market is creating a headache for 400 Atlantic St., an office tower operated by Landis Group.