Real Estate

Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump may be saying goodbye to Washington, D.C., next week, but they are landing in an enclave nearly as exclusive. In December, the couple closed on a $32.2 million lot on Indian Creek, a luxury island community in Miami-Dade County, Florida. The village’s population was last tallied at 86 people—several of
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When it comes to interior design, 2021 isn’t too different from 2020. Collov Home Design on Unsplash Unlike Chip and Joanna Gaines, the pandemic has been the biggest influence on interior design that no one asked for. At the beginning 2020, designers were touting two-tone kitchens and bold colors as the next big trends. Little
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The aesthetic resembles a downtown art gallery. Evan Joseph Studios An extraordinary condominium on New York’s Upper West Side that showcases the work of award-winning design studio Jeffrey Beers International is on the market for $35 million. Envisioned as the crème de la crème of the prestigious 15 Central Park West inside an iconic Robert A.M. Stern-designed building, 9A is a one-of-a-kind home
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New York City may turn empty retail space into coronavirus testing sites, according to William Rudin, who runs his family’s multibillion dollar real estate empire. In an interview on CNBC’s “Squawk Box” on Wednesday, the CEO of Rudin Management Company said that kind of increased transparency could help people feel more comfortable going out and help
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Deep soaking tubs and larger showers are among the top residential bathroom trends for 2021. Photo courtesy of Michelle Miazga-Hall, Founder + Principal, Port + Quarter // Gabriel Hall (Photographer) Last year’s dramatic events, especially the Covid-19 pandemic, will continue to exert their influence on our homes in this new year. So will the urge
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Handmade signs litter the ground after an anti-eviction protest outside a Mount Rainier, Maryland, apartment complex on Aug. 10, 2020. Leah Millis | Reuters Even with the latest coronavirus relief bill, the economic stresses from the pandemic will continue to mount. An assortment of federal, state, and local foreclosure, eviction, and debt collection moratoria have
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Sold house sign on house in a sellers market. getty The 2020 housing market was a year of extremes. Within the span of just a few months, we saw homes bounce between hit decade highs and decade lows. Going into 2021, economists and industry players project home prices will continue rising by 5.7% in 2021 and that
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Flowers, fruit and candles in the home can trigger pleasant memories and create a sense of … [+] wellbeing. diptyque Nancy Carlisle, Senior Curator of Collections at Historic New England, has long studied the subject of kitchens in America. “We have such an embedded sense of the kitchen as the ‘heart of the home,’” she
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Snowflake CEO Frank Slootman told CNBC on Tuesday he believes the coronavirus pandemic has fundamentally altered the role that physical offices will play for corporations going forward. “This whole notion that the office is your workday home, we realize that is nonsense,” Slootman said on “Squawk Alley.” “Offices … need to be there for specific
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For real estate, as for many things, 2020 was a strange year. Despite a pandemic, a recession and unemployment that at one time hit 20 million, 6 million homes were sold and the average home price was up 5 percent. There were record low mortgage rates of course, but there’s also the fact is that
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