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Home Base in Georgia
A roughly 10,000-square-foot home includes an outdoor sports field for baseball, golf putting, tumbling and more.
Luxury Homes Accessible to All
Luxury homeowners are challenging architects and builders to create homes that are both attractive and accessible to the disabled.
Fourteen Bedrooms and a Private Beach in Saint-Tropez for $47.4 Million
The 75,320-square-foot property overlooks the Mediterranean Sea and has two swimming pools and a private beach and dock.
A Home Near Hyde Park
This airy two-bedroom penthouse on Hyde Park Gardens in Central London overlooks Hyde Park and has access to a private communal garden.
A Field Guide to Decorative Ceilings
A field guide to elaborate ceiling treatments, from barrel vaults to coffered panels.
On the Ropes: Seeing New York City Up Close
Dangling from ropes, Berta de Miguel looks perfectly at ease climbing high on the exterior of Manhattan's Municipal Building, a 40-story structure across the street from City Hall.
Manhattan Office Building Values Near Precrash Peak
The downturn is officially over for owners of many of Manhattan's commercial properties. New York's improving economy coupled with a high demand from global investors have driven office building values back to where they were before the bust.
N.J. Brokerage Zips Toward New Technology
Last week, Realogy Holdings Corp. agreed to buy the brokerage and technology company ZipRealty for $166 million to help generate more lucrative leads from both buyers and sellers.
Helmsley's Former Estate Lists for $65 Million
The 40-acre estate in Greenwich, Conn., was last sold in 2010 for $35 million.
Whitney MacMillan's Montana Cattle Ranch Listed for $18 Million
The PN Ranch, co-owned by the former CEO of Cargill, is being sold with its cattle and equipment included.
The Quick-Change Artist
At her homes in Manhattan and the Hamptons, Cecilia Dupire constantly reconfigures her modular, geometric designs.
Celebrity Baker Sylvia Weinstock on What She Learned From the Suburbs
The famed cake-maker honed her baking and business skills over 30 years in the suburbs?but decided she was happier in the city.
Magna Carta Island Hits the Market
An English island said to be where the Magna Carta was sealed in 1215 will list for $6.77 million.
Hamptons Estate Sells in Two Deals Totaling More Than $80 Million
Wooldon Manor is sold again after it was bought last year for a then-record $75 million.
A Tech Hub Treads in a Sea of Bureaucrats
Vornado Realty Trust is embarking on an experiment to create a cluster of technology companies amid its 7.3 million square feet of offices in Crystal City, Va., home of defense agencies and government contractors.
Belles of the Ball
If Southerners are known for one thing, it's hospitality. And ballrooms are once again taking center stage.
The Sounds of Silence, for a Price
Home buyers often find qualities they look for in a house can translate into disruptive noise after they move in. How developers and home owners are bringing down the volume.
Rooms That Are Outta Sight
Secret rooms are becoming popular with homeowners who want to hide collections?or just have some fun.
Biotech Center in Brooklyn a Tough Sell
A facility for biotech firms has been created in the Brooklyn Army Terminal on the banks of New York Harbor. All that is missing are tenants.
French Villa for Art Lovers
This five-bedroom French villa in the Medieval village of Mougins overlooks the Bay of Cannes, and close by there are art galleries, cafes and restaurants
An Office Conversion for Developers
A few years ago, New York developers wanted to convert second-class office buildings into luxury condominium apartments. Now, a growing demand for office space has them staying true to a building's original purpose.
Sale-Leasebacks Ease Italy's Real-Estate Jam
Deals have begun to flow out of two funds that were set up by the Italian government in 2004 to do sale-leasebacks of government-owned property.
LaSalle Raises Bet on Asia Growth
LaSalle Investment Management has raised $1 billion this year to invest in real-estate assets in Asia, in the latest sign that investors are making bolder bets in areas that are still enjoying strong growth.
Plots & Ploys
MetLife is getting industrial. The insurer is planning a series of new developments of warehouse and distribution space in eight projects around the U.S., totaling at least six million square feet.