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La Jolla estate of San Diego newspaper family goes on the market for $28 million; Hamptons home sells for $21 million; Louis Vuitton CEO Michael Burke buys in Miami Beach.
Readers voted for a condo on Lake Tahoe as their favorite home from the 2013 weekly features.
Originally inspired by a futuristic design from a world's fair exposition, this 1930s home has been renovated and expanded.
From its population mix to the unique architecture, residents have long sought to preserve the special character of the Eastside Park area in Paterson.
The winner of the Europe House of the Year is a castle called Villa Castiglione perched atop a hill on Italy's Capri.
Sales of previously owned homes finished 2013 at the strongest level in seven years, but a slowdown in recent months suggests the market is cooling.
Actor-comedian Michael Richards talks about his historic 1929 Los Angeles house by architect Paul R. Williams.
Artist and poet Ellen Peckham used her Flatiron apartment to work on a series of etchings, prints and poems—many connected to memories of her late husband.
The rebound of hotels and resorts has worked out well for MetLife. Now the insurer is doubling down with investments in the Swan and Dolphin hotels at the Walt Disney World Resort.
Luxury-home builder Toll Brothers Inc. is more than doubling its presence in fast-growing Houston by buying a 3,700-acre swath that is being eyed for about 6,500 homes.
Five years after entering the U.S. market, Stockholm-based Skanska is showing why the best wagers on office development can be early in a recovery, when few others have the financing or bullishness to build.
Private-equity firms are lending to real-estate investors who need mortgages for rental properties.
Time Warner is close to a deal to sell its Manhattan headquarters for $1.3 billion, after sovereign-wealth funds from Abu Dhabi and Singapore agreed to finance more than 80% of buyer Related Cos.'s bid.
Europe is the most-targeted region in the world for international retail chains, and the influx of global brands has sparked concern about the direction of the Continent's fashion hot spots.
This 446-acre estate includes a 40,000-square-foot garage and showroom with an Old West saloon.
With growing cash and investment at their disposal, China's high-tech companies are beginning to have an impact on the nation's skylines.
As foreign developers have raced to participate in China's growth, few have been more aggressive than Tishman Speyer. Now that the economy appears to be cooling, the company shows no sign of retreat.
China developer Greenland Holding is putting $2 billion into two London projects, continuing a string of overseas investments in the city's booming property market.
Faced with an uncertain future, Mack-Cali CEO Mitchell Hersh is overhauling the company. Two years ago, Mr. Hersh began divesting some of its office buildings and buying apartment buildings.
The broader market outperformed REITs by the widest margin since 1998. But some market watchers say the selloff has been overblown.