This 34-acre ranch, headed to auction in October, includes a vineyard, orchards and a 1920s train caboose converted into a game room.
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The actress reflects on life in a tough Burbank apartment complex
A deal between New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority and apartment developer AvalonBay is the latest example of how cash-strapped transit agencies are using transit-oriented development to raise cash for capital improvements and new infrastructure.
U.S. office rents and occupancies inched higher in the third quarter, as a gradual improvement in the overall economy is translating into a sluggish recovery in the office sector.
Designer Sheila Bridges took on the challenge of furnishing a house almost entirely with online buys. Here, her top seven tips.
Floral designer Lindsey Taylor translates an abstract 1955 canvas by the American artist into a bountiful fall arrangement.
Architect Massimiliano Fuksas and his wife, Doriana, open up in their penthouse home. Take a look at how the couple achieved a blissful harmony by juxtaposing the seriousness of Modernism with the playfulness of postwar Italian art.
The weird and wonderful met in the Finnish capital as Helsinki Design Week turned the city into a showcase for new ideas.
Although brokers say some of the recent fervor in the Manhattan market is gone, prices and sales remained strong during the third quarter.
Microsoft Corp.'s first Manhattan flagship store is coming to Fifth Avenue.
A half a century after a group of men bought real estate at the corner of Sixth Avenue and West 30th Street in Manhattan, their descendants wrestled with what to do with the property. Enter Alchemy Properties.
In May, Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration announced that East New York would be the first neighborhood targeted for new residential towers and affordable housing. Now the area has become the subject of intense interest by developers.
Bicycle valets, dedicated wash areas and special parking facilities—developers are bulking up on bike-friendly amenities.
Estate managers handle the minutiae of running a sprawling home—from leaky faucets to balky landscapers. The job can pay upward of $200,000 a year, but bosses can be prickly.
On the Swedish coast, a couple fights an infestation with total renovation.
The Rancho Mirage, Calif., house will list for $5 million; it was last on the market several years ago for $3.495 million.
InterContinental Hotels Group won the rights to manage a 900-room hotel being built atop the Wilshire Grand Center in Los Angeles for owner Korean Air Lines.
After living in the U.S., the Hatiboglus return to their native Turkey and restore a historic mansion
The golf legend is listing his roughly 5-acre estate, two putting greens included.
In Sag Harbor, Salt Lake City and New Orleans, three luxurious homes carved from former factories
Credit unions offer members jumbo mortgages with attractive terms, but borrowers should shop around to ensure they're getting the best interest rate.
Some buyers go to extreme lengths to land their dream home, waiting decades for owners to sell.
Forget appliances and china—couples headed to the altar are signing up for cash-gift registries to fund home projects
Blackstone has purchased 40,000 mortgages in the Barcelona area, but the company may find making money out of depressed Spanish real estate is a tough challenge.
Young families priced out of prime central London are buying in these neighborhoods with highly rated schools, cute boutiques and ample green space.
The world champion grows up in a tiny house in East Los Angeles, determined to buy his family a better home
News Corp agreed to buy online real-estate listings business Move Inc. in an all-cash deal valued at about $950 million, expanding the media company's presence in the U.S. real-estate market.
Real-estate investment trusts posted their worst quarterly performance in a year and lagged behind the broader stock market in the third quarter as investors bet interest rates would rise over the next year.