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Townhouse With Modern Interior, Space to Share
This recently renovated, landmark five-story 19th century townhouse close to Central Park houses an triplex, duplex and three studio apartments.
Welcome to the Guesthouse
Sometimes offices, sometimes crash pads for Junior, guesthouses are enjoying a moment, even if they're rarely being used to house actual guests.
In Architecture, a Glass Ceiling
Despite historically high numbers of women entering the field of architecture, top-tier positions are still dominated by men.
Tom Robbins and Life in a Four-Wing Circus
The best-selling author's Washington state compound is an homage to Pop Art, jungle lore and circus imagery.
T.M.I. on Home Loans
Home buyers cite information overload when seeking mortgage advice—while specific totals on payments and rates are hard to get, a survey finds.
Utopian Experiment Over, but Roosevelt Remains
The Depression-era experiment in communal living and work in Roosevelt, N.J., is long over, but the the Monmouth County borough, today with fewer than 900 people, has managed to survive.
Sultan Says No Offer Made for Plaza Hotel
A spokesman for the Sultan of Brunei said the Sultan, the Brunei Investment Agency and the Brunei government didn't offer to acquire the Plaza Hotel in New York and two other properties mentioned in a Wall Street Journal article.
A Miami Beach Condominium to Ask $50 Million
Last year, a penthouse became the priciest-ever condo to list in Miami Beach when it went listed for $50 million. Now, and another new-construction Miami Beach penthouse is seeking to hit the $50 million mark.
Norway's Luxury Nooks of the North
High-end homes in Tromsø, Norway's biggest Arctic city, are expensive but compact; it's all about the views
NFL's LaDainian Tomlinson to Sell San Diego Estate for $3.495 Million
The property has a waterfall, rope bridge and a hidden home theater
Southampton Property To Go on the Market for $50 Million
The beachfront property with two Tudor-style homes was once part of the Wooldon Manor estate.
The Trouble With Living Large
Everyone wants to have more space, but some homeowners find that an extra-large house comes with complications.
Comedian Jimmy Kimmel's Los Angeles House to List for $2.299 Million
The Hollywood Hills home has a built-in beer dispenser and 15 televisions.
A Jumbo-Loan Service for Service Members
Active military and veterans can get jumbo home loans guaranteed by the VA. Interest rates are competitive, down payment requirements are much lower, and private mortgage insurance is waived.
Jamie Wyeth's Portrait of His Family
The artist reflects on the lessons he learned about art and life from the long line of artists in the Wyeth clan
Three Homes With Private Beaches for Sale
Beachside properties in Osterville, Mass; Laguna Beach, Calif. and Rio de Janiero, Brazil.
Rachel 'Bunny' Mellon's Virginia Estate to List for $70 Million
Located about an hour from Washington., D.C., the estate has about 40 structures on it, including a roughly 10,000-square-foot Georgian mansion.
Pennsylvania Estate---and Former Revolutionary War Campground---Seeks $14 Million
A 9-acre Pennsylvania property where George Washington and his troops are said to have camped is available for sale
Many Visitors but Few Tenants
Governors Island attracts many seasonal visitors but also faces many stumbling blocks in luring year-round tenants to the 172-acre off the southern tip of Manhattan.
Unions, Activists Align on Affordable Housing
A group of New York City construction unions have forged a coalition with affordable housing activists to ratchet up pressure on Mayor Bill de Blasio to require organized labor in the building of 80,000 lower-cost apartment units over the next decade.
Casinos Chase New York City Proximity
With three failing Atlantic City casinos slated to close their doors within the next month, officials near New York City are pushing shiny new gaming facilities harder than ever.
U.S. Home Size Levels Off, for Now at Least
The two-year trend of big houses getting even bigger appears to have peaked—at least for now—as more buyers seeking modest homes enter the market.