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Ranch With a New 'Old West' Town

This Colorado ranch comes with a modern take on an 1880s town, a toy barn and a log home.


You Like Luxury? Join the Club

The real-estate crash taught high-end developers of private communities a lesson: To attract upscale buyers, invest heavily in the clubhouse. Now, they're loaded with amenities—for members only.


Walls That Shimmer

Wallpaper manufacturers are increasingly adding things like recycled glass, metallic highlights and beaded embellishments to their designs.


Design that Brings Home the Bacon

A piece-by-piece analysis of the living room of an entrepreneur and art collector in Atlanta.


London Townhouse Lists for Over $42 Million

The roughly 10,000-square-foot, 13-bedroom, eight-bathroom property is made up of three separate apartments.


Change Comes to Striver's Row

Some longtime residents of Striver's Row in Harlem, historically an enclave for African-American elite, are worried that something neighborly is being lost as buyers bid up home prices.


Queens Bridge Too Far (in Future)

The one-lane 149th Street Bridge in the Murray Hill section of Flushing, Queens, has been closed for more than four years, which the area's mostly Korean businesses say has resulted in costly revenue losses.


Larry Ellison Sells Lake Tahoe Property for $20.35 Million

Oracle billionaire Larry Ellison has sold one of his Lake Tahoe properties


Five Best Mushroom Lamps

It's as '70s as 'Close Encounters,' but the lowly light has sprouted again—in new incarnations of the upscale kind.


Lord Norman Foster on Good Design and Collectible Cars

The sought-after architect reveals what he's seeking, riding, collecting and coveting.


John Denver's Onetime Rocky Mountain Home Lists for $10.75 Million

The late singer's 6,000-square-foot house on a six-acre property in Aspen has six bedrooms, 4½ bathrooms, four fireplaces and an outdoor swimming pool.


Georgia Quail Plantation Sells For a Reduced Price at Close to $28 Million

Longpine, a nearly 6,000-acre quail plantation near Thomasville, Ga., has sold after about five years on the market.


Hamptons Home of a Famed Socialite Hits the Market for $28 Million

Consuelo Vanderbilt Balsan's onetime home in Southampton is for sale


Expat Cuts Hit Hong Kong Rentals

The normal summertime surge in demand for high-end apartments in Hong Kong's top neighborhoods was weak again this year as companies changed the way they pay for housing for their expatriate employees and the finance sector continued to struggle.


The Friendliest Place in the House

After decades in decline, the porch is making a comeback as an outdoor room for dining, lounging and connecting with neighbors. Just don't call it a deck.


'Modern Medieval' in Ohio

This 13-acre estate in Dublin, Ohio, includes a beauty salon as well as hidden passageways.


Hogs or Condos?

A look at how the commodities markets for hogs, crude oil, coffee and gold have performed when compared to returns on an investment in a New York City condo.


REITs Close the Door on Underwriters

A slowdown in equity deals in the REIT sector has crimped the fees of some Wall Street firms.


Home-Builder CEO Pay Rises

Total compensation for chief executives at the largest U.S. home-building corporations jumped 37% last year as sales and construction picked up, but stockholders didn't fare as well.


Gowanus Passes Sniff Test

The online-annotation company Genius is moving to Gowanus, where cheap rents and industrial architecture are luring some of the startups that had colonized many of Brooklyn's other hip neighborhoods.


IRS Blesses Telecom's REIT Turn

Windstream's plan to spin off some of its telecommunications assets into a real estate investment trust comes as more U.S. companies seek to lower their taxes.


 
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