The media executive and son of Rupert Murdoch nabs Mopani, a large equestrian property that was asking $49 million in 2015.
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Dubbed the Pinnacle, the 9,710-square-foot apartment is seeking to far exceed the current $50.9 million sales record for an apartment downtown.
A group of real estate agents who colluded to raise fees in southwest England has been fined £370,084 ($500,620) by competition authorities.
Despite an overall decline in Chinese investment in the U.S., one of China’s largest tire manufacturers is moving forward with plans to develop a $530 million plant in LaGrange, Ga.
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Mack-Cali plans to transform a waterfront promenade along Jersey City’s Harborside office complex that has served largely as a pleasant commuting path for workers into a bustling main street.
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A Britain-based developer run by billionaire brothers Ian and Richard Livingstone rebuilt the property, on a 1-acre promontory
Two-thirds of consumers may be affected by security breach at Equifax.
Pearl River Mart, once a casualty of skyrocketing retail rents, is planning to open another 3,500 square-foot store at Chelsea Market in Manhattan.
Preppy clothing retailer J. Press is trying to ignite U.S. sales by opening a store in the Midtown Manhattan building that houses the Yale Club this October.
Skylight Studios has built a business finding distinctive but underused buildings in New York to serve as the backdrop for shows and marketing events for brands such as Nike and Ralph Lauren.
Get ready to be tortured by FEMA's National Flood Insurance Program.
Hurricane Irma is poised to overshadow the residential destruction of Hurricane Andrew because there is so much more for it to destroy.
A lawsuit says the bank abused rate-lock rules; a federal agency probes similar complaints.
Known as Crystal Palace, the 1949 home was built for a wealthy hat merchant, then was turned into a museum criticizing bourgeois decadence during Mao’s Cultural Revolution. Now, the largely derelict mansion is for sale.
Residences can be purchased in the digital currency
The 2.4 million-square-foot venture based out of Dubai will be the first major real estate development that will accept bitcoin as payment.
The developer of the Hudson Yards complex on Manhattan’s West Side has hit another milestone with a financing package for its flagship office building that will increase the money it has raised for the first phase of the sprawling project to more than $18 billion.
A growing number of corporates and established companies are getting into the co-working space.
London's older buildings, in particular, have seen prices push down.
For those in search of their own magical kingdom, ancient castles dot the European countryside. And with sales currently in the dungeon, buyers may find themselves a bargain.
It'll have the country's biggest swimming pool at a private resort
City’s office market was already hurting from slump in energy sector
Its current owners are the people behind 'The Big Short.'
Some owners pay a premium for developments with large lots and secluded home sites.
WHERE WE LIVE | The Montgomery County community also offers proximity to downtown Washington.
About 34 percent of all U.S. homeowners have either paid entire mortgage or never had one.
A shift to suburbia
Luxury real estate developer DAMAC International is building a 50-storey tower in London in partnership with Italian fashion house Versace.
BUYING NEW | A shopping center, restaurants, Metro stations and more are just down the road.
New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and retail property giant Simon Property Group reached a settlement in an antitrust case that requires Simon to end practices that the attorney general alleged protected Simon’s popular Woodbury Common Premium Outlets from competition.
The construction of a 675,000 square-foot office building on the Brooklyn Navy Yard’s waterfront tests the old New York adage access to subway is key to a successful development.
We faced a number of challenges, including structural work, plumbing issues and water infiltration. We have no regrets, except our choice of contractor.
WHERE WE LIVE | The community is easily walkable and features plenty of entertainment options.
The real-estate marketing giant defends having agents and lenders share expenses.
BUYING NEW | Prices start at $365,090.
The value of commercial real estate transactions in New York City decreased 39% in the first 6 months of the year from the same period a year earlier, declining significantly in every borough except Staten Island, a new report said.
'Conspicuous consumption isn’t in vogue these days'
Service animals cannot be restricted, and there are ways to get the board to allow a comfort pet.
Private incline elevators, which ferry residents from shore to door, are on the rise due to the popularity of waterfront homes and the aging of the luxury homebuying population.
The Loudoun County community gains loyal residents for its amenities and abundance of nature.
China's Wanda Hotel Development said it will undergo a restructuring involving over 7 billion yuan ($1.05 billion) worth of assets.
Long before the phrase “co-living” was dreamed up by startup companies targeting millennial renters, legions of young people moving to New York took on roommates to share apartments and the excitement of living in the big city.
Traditional property developers such as the Durst Organization are joining newcomers in promoting shared apartments for young singles—often yielding higher rents per square foot than regular units.
Mortgage giants use credit-scoring systems that many consider outdated.
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Residents on the street had no idea it was up for sale.
BUYING NEW | Prices in the 27-home community start at $439,990.
With property the only reliable investment channel in China, leverage and risk in the country are growing.
As its first-year anniversary approaches, the $1.4 billion World Trade Center, hailed as a milestone in lower Manhattan’s recovery from the 2001 terrorist attacks, is still a work in progress.
A massive blaze was engulfing one of the world's tallest residential buildings in Dubai early on Friday.
WHERE WE LIVE | The family-friendly Potomac neighborhood has two homes on the market.
It's going for $3.7 million.
The home is estimated to be worth about $1.3 million
Arlington couple’s 1955 brick ranch gains an addition that can’t be seen from the street.
Global professional services giant Accenture is setting up in Manhattan’s newest office hot spot, the Hudson Yards District, joining marquee companies in the financial-services, fashion, technology, media and legal sectors.
The mortgage giant says lenders can no longer offer certain “gifts” to borrowers.
BUYING NEW | Prices range from $359,900 to $639,900.
Real-estate services company Cushman & Wakefield selected MetaProp NYC, an advisory and investment firm focused on real-estate technology, to spark innovations.
An independent music services company is relocating and expanding its New York City office in a former warehouse loft building in the Meatpacking District.
WHERE WE LIVE | The area has long been one of the most attractive east of the Anacostia River.
In their own homes, construction-company bosses will spend money on the best materials and perks like seven ovens and a dog-grooming room. But some eschew complex home-automation systems.
An incident involving a fire started by a resident who was smoking in bed prompts concerns.
Sag Harbor Hills, Highland Beach and Oak Bluffs are among a handful of beach communities in the United States with African American roots.
One of London’s most recognizable buildings has been bought by a Hong Kong-based company in the U.K.’s largest office deal, highlighting the continuing appeal of the city’s real-estate market to Asian investors.
Home sales and prices increased across New York City during the second quarter, with activity in Brooklyn and Queens far outpacing that of Manhattan.
BUYING NEW | Prices range from $899,990 to $999,990.
New research from JPMorgan examining historic data found that the risk of a dramatic decline in prices is low, despite current fears of a correction in the U.S. and Canada.
Any sharp action by the country's central bank could trigger a sharp end to a multi-year boom in property prices.
Restaurants took the top spot as the type of brick-and-mortar retail most needed in Long Island City, which continues to add thousands of apartments and hotel rooms and millions of square feet of commercial space.
The Wing, a women’s co-working space and community that claims a waiting list of 8,000 is expanding to the Dumbo neighborhood in Brooklyn.
Hint: it has to do with home building.