Up for grabs on the East End

From LLNYC: The Hamptons sales market may be stalled, but that translates into good news for those still looking for rental property for the summer. First, the bad news. According to a new report from East End real estate firm Town & Country, luxury homes are...

Developers begin migration from L to J,M,Z and G trains

With roughly two years left before the L train shuts down for repairs, developers aren’t wasting time. Already previously less desirable areas in Greenpoint and South Williamsburg are hot grounds for investment. “There were already a lot of natural drivers pushing...

Are '80s Kitchens Making a Comeback?

(Image credit: The Los Angeles Times California Home Book) Fashion evolves faster than decor, which is why home decor Pinterest is still filled with people working out their mid-century and industrial obsessions while fashion Pinterest is almost already to the early...

Ben Carson sells West Palm Beach home

From TRD South Florida: U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and former presidential candidate Ben Carson sold his West Palm Beach home for $920,000 — just short of a million dollars. Source:...

A "Western Modern Glam" Apartment in L.A. — House Tour

Name: Raquel Lynn and Adam Korbesmeyer (plus Mango the Pomeranian )Location: Silver Lake — Los Angeles, CaliforniaSize: 800 square feetYears lived in: 1 year, renting Originally from Ohio (and after a short stint in New York), Raquel and her husband Adam found their...

San Francisco’s housing market may have peaked

The signs and numbers are already lining up. According to Federal Housing Finance Agency data on our glorious Housing Bubble 2, house prices are doing what they’ve been doing for years: they’re surging. In the first quarter, they rose 6.0% year-over-year. “The steep,...

Manhattan McDonald’s pioneer lists Park Avenue penthouse

From LLNYC: How many Big Macs do you have to sell to buy a Park Avenue penthouse? Just ask Irwin S. Kruger, an early McDonald’s franchisee who introduced the fast food chain to Midtown in 1973. He just listed his own penthouse– at 1185 Park Avenue — for $18.5 million,...

Rem Koolhass’s urban theory becomes reality

From LLNYC: Koolhaas’s urban theory is still a holy text for students of architecture and disaffected metropolitans alike. But until very recently, the Dutch architect’s theoretical work on New York was only that, theory. Source:...

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