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Contemporary English Country House
This five-bedroom house has a leisure center with an indoor swimming pool, a gym and a games room.
A Beachfront Estate in Carmel
Photos of a stone house looks out at the Pacific Ocean and the Pebble Beach golf course
Retail at Port Authority Bus Terminal Is Poised for Renewal
Crowded bus stations aren?t commonly known for appealing retail environments, but two New York City real-estate firms are aiming for just that at the Port Authority Bus Terminal.
Aid for Factory Hits Sweet Spot
New York City has awarded $13.2 million in recovery funds to Madelaine Chocolate Co., one of the largest employers in the city hit by superstorm Sandy.
Speaker's Woes Leave Tenant Advocates Wary
Rent-regulation laws are due to expire in June?along with tax abatements sought by the real-estate industry?and it is far from clear what role Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver will play in this year?s face-off in Albany.
In Japan, 'Marriage Hunting' Homes Have Stripper Poles
A Tokyo real-estate company has a plan to solve the woes of Japan?s lonely singles with konkatsu or ?marriage hunting? apartments.
Malls Get Boost From Tech Stores
Apple, Microsoft, Tesla and other high-tech companies are drawing customers to U.S. shopping malls, helping to drive their bottom lines.
Chinese Firm Looks to California
A Chinese real-estate firm known for its big investments at home is casting its net much farther afield, becoming one of the most aggressive property buyers in California.
Graying America, Health-Care Overhaul Boost Medical Properties
Investors are pouring money into buying and developing health-care-related properties, a class of commercial real estate that has been outperforming almost all others since the recession.
Robertson Stretches to New Zealand
Billionaire Julian Robertson is renowned as a pioneer in the hedge-fund industry, but less know is the role that a New Zealand real-estate investment has played in his career and that of one of his sons.
2015 House of the Year
After more than 600,000 votes, readers crown their favorite: The Florida home that sold for $1 and traveled across a bay.
The Real-Life Barbie Penthouse
A real-estate entrepreneur buys a condo formerly owned by the creators of the Barbie doll. Then she remakes the space into her personal Barbie Penthouse.
A Villa in Lebanon Purges Its Ghosts
Damaged during the country?s civil war and subsequent Syrian military presence, a home in the mountains gets a seven-year-long, $10 million transformation by a grandson
World's Longest Commutes, by Elevator
We calculate the ?elevator miles? logged by residents of super-tall condo towers around the world.
A Napa Valley Estate for $27.5 Million
A 12,000-square-foot Napa Valley on 40 acres rates high with readers in Mansion?s House of the Year voting.
A Tiny Cabin With a Big Price Tag
A small cabin in Idaho, listed for $2.5 million, rates high with readers in Mansion?s House of the Year voting.
Asia's House of the Year
This cliff-style home on the island of Phuket has open Thai-style pavilions and big views of the Andaman Sea
Europe's House of the Year
This 19th-century villa outside Florence, Italy holds many memories for the family who owns it
The Look of Lacquer
In a Paris workshop, a granddaughter takes up the family business; applying layers of luxury to objects from lamps to wall paneling.
Some of the Hottest Homes in the U.S.
Three homes for sale that offer an oasis in the desert areas of Arizona, New Mexico and California
Low Down Payments = Higher Rates
Few lenders require private mortgage insurance on jumbo mortgages. But jumbo borrowers who put little money down will pay more in another way: higher interest rates.
Builders Bet on Strong Spring With Speculative Homes
Home builders are ramping up their construction of speculative homes?those built without a buyer lined up in advance?in anticipation that the recent pickup in sales will carry through to the spring home-buying season.