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A Modern Carriage House in Brooklyn
At first glance, this home looks like another stately 19th-century Brooklyn home, but it was completed less than a decade ago as a modern mansion with a historic feel.
French Riverside Home
This 19th-century house on the banks of the River Indre comes with separate guest accommodation in a converted mill building.
Starwood Capital Goes Shopping for Malls
Starwood Capital Group is in talks to buy seven U.S. shopping malls from Westfield Group for more than $1 billion, a deal that would mark the latest in a flurry of big-ticket acquisitions of retail property.
Can This House Sell for $190 Million?
An eye-popping price tag in Greenwich, Conn., is a new test of the ultra-high-end property market.
Artists Aim for the Heights in Jersey City
An arts district approved for a section of Jersey City's Heights neighborhood could spur new development and bring more creative types to an area that is already home to many artists.
Prospect Park South Keeps 'Rural Beauty'
Prospect Park South, a landmarked Brooklyn neighborhood of detached houses spread out along gracious tree-lined streets, is drawing more young families priced out of surrounding areas.
When Crisis Hits During a Move
Coping tips for handling the unexpected while selling a home
Home for Water Toys in Austin
A home on Lake Austin is surrounded by natural beauty, but it's also a short kayak ride to the local coffee shop.
Historic Palladian Mansion in Virginia
The Brandon Plantation, a National Historic Landmark with a detailed history tied to the Civil War and Washington politics, is scheduled for auction in June.
Pleasures and Pitfalls of Frank Lloyd Wright Homes
There are 20 Frank Lloyd Wright homes now on the market, and some are available at a markdown. But owning an architectural treasure can come with significant headaches.
Ackman, Investors in Deal to Buy N.Y. Penthouse
Hedge fund billionaire William Ackman and an investor group are in contract to buy a New York penthouse for over $90 million; Ron Radziner sells his California home for $4.4 million.
Buzz Aldrin on His Lunar Home
For 21½ hours in 1969, two astronauts lived aboard a cold, cramped lunar module with a balky circuit breaker. Buzz Aldrin talks about what this home aboard Apollo 11 was like.
Green With Ivy in Chicago
A late-1800s home on Chicago's Gold Coast is wrapped in greenery and flanked by tour-worthy gardens.
Why to Take Out a Mortgage in Retirement
Rather than pay off their homes, some seniors are finding that their money can work harder elsewhere.
Vessel Sinks That Double as Decorative Art
Five custom-made vessel sinks with inspiration from nature.
Trump-Branded Rio Project Faces Test
A developer is hoping to break ground soon in Rio de Janeiro on the first Donald Trump-branded project in Brazil, but with the country's growth engine low on steam, the office market may not cooperate.
Office Parks Get a Makeover
Once a symbol of suburban dominance, aging office parks from California to New Jersey are being reimagined as little cities.
For Developer, 3 Could Be Charm
Ian Bruce Eichner, a developer whose high-profile problems became symbols of the last two real-estate busts, is in final stages of a deal to buy a condominium development site near Manhattan's Flatiron Building.
Time Warner Looks West for Possible Office Move
Time Warner Inc. is leaning toward moving its roughly 1 million-square-foot headquarters to a fledgling office district on Manhattan's far West Side, according to a person briefed on the company's plans.
The New Luxury Kids' Rooms
To keep teens and tweens occupied at home, more parents try luxe, amenity-packed "kid zones."
French Normandy in Ohio
A 1916 home in one of Ohio's toniest areas has been expanded and updated to suit the needs of the owners and plenty of house guests.