WSJ.com: Real Estate
An 'Old Hollywood' Home for $7.495 Million
Hollywood producer Jerry Wald (?An Affair to Remember,? ?Peyton Place,? ?Mildred Pierce?) and his wife bought this Beverly Hills home in 1943 for about $25,000. It is now listed for $7.495 million.
The Americans Are Coming
U.S. buyers dreaming of a Tuscan villa or a Parisian pied-ā-terre are seizing opportunities presented by the plunging euro.
Two Apartments in New York's Woolworth Building Are Listing for a Combined $51.35 million
The two units measure about 11,450 square feet and cover the entire 29th floor of the 58-story tower that?s named after five-and-dime discount-store mogul.
Kettal's High-End Backyard Designs
The Spanish furniture maker has a signature minimalist style in colors that don?t clash with nature
A Toymaker's Florida Home, With Rotating Room, Lists for $45 Million
The Jupiter Island home of Horst Brandstätter, whose company produces intricate castles and pirate ships under the German Playmobil brand, has a living room that can rotate 360 degrees at the touch of a button.
Fire Island Keeps Its Spark
Three years after superstorm Sandy, Fire Island continues to rebuild. Prices remain flat?good news for anyone looking to buy a summer getaway.
Dolce & Gabbana Signs SoHo Lease
Italian luxury retailer Dolce & Gabbana has signed a lease for a three-story building in Manhattan?s SoHo neighborhood, the property owner said on Tuesday.
Car-Inspired Rooms With Va-Va-Voom
If the leather interiors at the Geneva Motor Show get your motor running, you can enjoy the luxury textures, forms and finishes of prestige car manufacturers like Bentley and Aston Martin in your home, too.
Nicky Haslam's Favorite Things
The interior designer, with a new monograph out this month, shares his favorite things.
Fannie, Freddie Recapitalization Rejected
A top U.S. Treasury Department official suggested the White House wouldn?t allow mortgage titans Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to rebuild capital, rejecting some advocates? wishes that the companies would move past being government wards.
Exhibit Showcases Era When Banks Looked Like Temples
Extravagant interiors are among relatively few protected under the New York City Landmarks Preservation Law.
Investors Bet on London Commuter Line
The dowdy, down-on-its heels end of London?s otherwise tony Oxford Street could soon get a new lease on life with the arrival of a commuter rail line.
Comedian Chris Elliott on His Quirky Homes
The star of ?Cabin Boy? reflects on his childhood townhouse, his famous father and his current home with an odd past.
Bigger Mortgages Likelier to Go Bust
Since the recession, the foreclosure rates for more-expensive homes have consistently surpassed those for the overall market.
Tips for Homeowners to Ease the Tax Bite
In addition to deducting interest payments, homeowners can use these strategies to reduce their taxes.
Condos Fused to Solve Space Crunch
Combining two condos to make one large unit adds coveted square footage. But the combo-condo boosts property values as well.
Bank of China Seizes Control of London's Grosvenor House
The Bank of China has seized control of London?s Grosvenor House from its Indian owner and appointed an administrator to begin marketing the property for sale.
A Saudi Prince's New York Nest Is Listing for $48.5 Million
The triplex apartment of Prince Nawaf bin Sultan bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud includes three bullet-proof panic rooms and a sushi island bar.
Greta Van Susteren Cuts the Price on Her Maryland Home
The Fox News host and husband John Coale are seeking $1.825 million for their 18th-century Annapolis house.
Two Beverly Hills Homes for $23 Million
The homes share a property once owned by Bert Schneider, who produced the anti-war film ?Hearts and Minds? and counterculture classic ?Easy Rider.?
San Francisco Penthouse Under Construction Seeking a Record $49 Million
The roughly 15,000-square-foot unit is on the 41st and 42nd floors of the Lumina, a two-tower project that is generating sales from the tech industry
When the House is the Life of the Party
The traditional wine-and-cheese open house has given way to increasingly elaborate shindigs involving fashion shows, raves, five-course meals?and tens of thousands of dollars.
Low-Budget Motel 6 Gets In on Lodging Boom
Record sales prices for luxury properties and an explosion of lifestyle brands have marked the recent hotel boom. But low-budget Motel 6 is enjoying some of the industry?s strongest growth.
CBRE in Talks to Buy Johnson Controls Unit
CBRE Group., the world?s largest commercial real-estate services company, is negotiating to buy the division of Johnson Controls Inc. that manages 1.8 billion square feet of corporate real estate globally.
Venture Plans New Office Space for Downtown Brooklyn
Quinlan, Building & Land will convert a self-storage facility on Flatbush Avenue.