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A Light-Filled Penthouse in TribecaOpen in a New Window

The large Tribeca penthouse in a luxury building features bright and open rooms, high ceilings and a terrace with Hudson River views.

 

Your $60K-a-Day ChaletOpen in a New Window

After a day of skiing, visitors to the ritzy French hamlet of Courchevel 1850 can retire to their “super chalets” to enjoy a rubdown, gourmet meal and a movie in their underground theater.

 

A Jumbo Challenge for RetireesOpen in a New Window

Because of income requirements, retirees may have trouble qualifying for a jumbo mortgage. Advance planning can avert these issues.

 

Chris Whittle to List Hamptons Estate for $140 MillionOpen in a New Window

Real-estate agents believe it will likely be the priciest listing in the area.

 

Three Tricked-Out Ski Homes for SaleOpen in a New Window

A DJ booth, an aquarium and a cigar room are among the features of these homes in Montana, Utah and Colorado.

 

Deal to Buy Revel Casino at RiskOpen in a New Window

Built at a cost of $2.4 billion, Revel made its boardwalk debut in 2012, but failed to turn a profit, filing its second Chapter 11 case in June.

 

Ruling Favors Renters With Regulated ApartmentsOpen in a New Window

The ruling by New York state’s highest court means that New Yorkers who live in rent-regulated apartments can file for bankruptcy without fear of losing their homes.

 

Caesars Proposes a REIT PlanOpen in a New Window

Caesars Entertainment has approached senior creditors about a plan to convert the casino company’s largest unit into a real-estate investment trust as it works to restructure $18.4 billion in debt.

 

Home Builders Hold Off on IPOsOpen in a New Window

Home builders are shelving plans for initial stock offerings after a flurry of deals earlier this year, as the housing market slows and share prices in the sector slump.

 

'Climate Ribbon' Puts Wind Behind Miami ProjectOpen in a New Window

Swire Properties’ “Climate Ribbon,” which uses nature to cool outdoor air, is starting to take form at a $1 billion development in Miami.

 

The Dirt on Sustainable LuxuryOpen in a New Window

In Austria’s ski country, an artist-builder uses compressed soil to create everything from stoves and flooring to entire homes

 

New York Penthouse Sells for $40.73 MillionOpen in a New Window

In the Walker Tower building, the unit is over 6,500 square feet with five bedrooms and 5½-bathrooms

 

A Not-Yet-Built Home Near Miami to List for $36 MillionOpen in a New Window

When completed, the roughly 23,000-square-foot house will have eight bedrooms, 12 bathrooms and two powder rooms, plus staff quarters and a separate guesthouse

 

Spec Home Outside London Seeks $39 MillionOpen in a New Window

Surrounded by landscaped gardens and woodland, the approximately 22,000 square-foot house has eight bedrooms and eight bathrooms

 

A 'Healthy' Penthouse Gets a Healthy 20% Price Cut to $39.8 MillionOpen in a New Window

The triplex of a wellness-themed building in New York’s Greenwich Village originally listed for $50 million

 

Chilly? Where There's Oak, There's FireOpen in a New Window

In a throwback to our pioneer days, we ask what it would take to heat a house with only wood as the fuel.

 

Kristin Chenoweth's Early Draw to MusicOpen in a New Window

The Broadway performer grew up in Oklahoma singing church music and listening to Count Basie.

 

When Your Husband Secretly Buys a HouseOpen in a New Window

Home buyers who secretly purchase property for that special someone can expect lots of tears ... but of joy or of despair?

 

Paul Junger Witt Lists in Big Sur for $28.8 MillionOpen in a New Window

The successful producer behind shows like “Soap” and “The Golden Girls” is selling a longtime retreat—a five-bedroom home on about 95 acres overlooking the Pacific

 

A Lake Tahoe Beachfront Home for $34.5 MillionOpen in a New Window

Straddling the border separating California from Nevada, the property includes a seven-bedroom home, pier and putting green

 

China's Design GenerationOpen in a New Window

A group of Chinese architects is rising in prominence, helping the country’s modern architecture develop its own identity

 

Paramount Prices Biggest U.S. REIT IPOOpen in a New Window

Office-building landlord Paramount Group Inc. raised $2.29 billion in its initial public offering Tuesday, becoming the largest-ever IPO by a U.S. real-estate investment trust and helping breathe life into an anemic year for new property stocks.

 

Plaza Hotel Sale Draws Crowd, but Deal Is ElusiveOpen in a New Window

A blue-chip roster of real-estate investors, financial firms, and even a Grammy-winning rap artist are angling to buy New York’s landmark Plaza Hotel, but the owner, India’s Sahara Group, has been playing hard to get.

 

Single-Building IPO Is in WorksOpen in a New Window

A New York startup, ETRE Financial, plans to take individual buildings public.
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