“The coast’s gentle, open landscape really lends itself to these minimalist boxes,” an architecture professor said.
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“You’re not just selling an address,’’ a video producer said, “you’re selling a lifestyle.” Attractive actors and expensive cars flesh out the fantasy.
She wanted a well-maintained building without bugs. The pool was a bonus.
A hillside house in the San Francisco Bay Area, a solar-powered artist's retreat near Joshua Tree and a modern home in Venice.
Subletters have whatever rights they agreed to with the person they’re subletting from. That’s who needs to take action.
Using concrete and giant printers, home building may one day be much faster and cheaper.
The 15th-floor apartment, in the north tower, has more than 5,700 square feet of space and a listing price of $25 million.
Hostile design has flourished in New York as a way to maintain order and ensure public safety. But critics say it is inhumane and targets the homeless.
From the design and construction of skyscrapers to picking the right sofa, virtual reality is infiltrating real estate in new ways.
We may not know our neighbors very well, but video cameras and social platforms can reveal a lot more than any of us suspect.
The Philadelphia Church of Universal Brotherhood must decide whether to save or sacrifice its longtime home, once a grand movie theater on Eastern Parkway.
As the flow of deliveries continues to increase, New York City residential buildings have implemented high-tech solutions.
City officials are looking to Norway, whose correctional system is a radical departure from cold, harsh American prisons.
Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.
A new tower in Murray Hill will have technology that lets you control the temperature, the shades and the lights from a touch screen.
From millennials to boomers, different age groups use the internet differently to buy homes — but they have more in common than you might think.
This week’s properties include a six-bedroom in Port Washington, N.Y., and a four-bedroom in Franklin, N.J.
This week’s properties are in Midtown East, NoMad, and Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn.
As more people move into Finland’s capital and supply is finally catching up to demand, residents are seeing a ‘new Helsinki on the horizon.’
A grand Victorian in Galveston, a modern home with views of downtown Eugene and a 19th-century colonial on a Connecticut River estuary.
Decades after they closed, many of these structures are finding new life in communities hit hard by long-term unemployment.
Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.