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Deeds & Don'ts: Artful Living

Deeds & Don'ts: Artful Living

With the opening of the new Anderson collection at Stanford in September, and the highly anticipated new SFMOMA and Berkeley Art Museum buildings set to open in 2016, arts development in the Bay Area is booming. Feeling the zeitgeist, arts districts are coalescing as well, making several Bay Area neighborhoods particularly worthy of the gaze.

October 2014
Deeds & Don'ts: Star-Struck Sales

Deeds & Don'ts: Star-Struck Sales

What’s jammed with celebrities and on the rise? The elevator at 155 Franklin Street in Tribeca, otherwise known as the Sugar Loaf Building. Dating from 1882 and located on a cobblestone block between Hudson and Varick streets, the condo is luring headliners left and right. Soon after Taylor Swift took up residence in the 8,300-square-foot penthouse (which she bought from Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson for $19.95 million in March), Orlando Bloom reportedly scooped up a $4.875 million, 2,400-square-foot, three-bedroom loft with wood-beamed ceilings on the fourth floor. Meanwhile, director Steven Soderbergh is hopping off for good, recently selling his 3,500-square-foot, third-floor apartment for $6 million.

September 2014
Deeds & Don'ts: The Best Listings, Both Big and Small, In the State of Connecticut

Deeds & Don'ts: The Best Listings, Both Big and Small, In the State of Connecticut

In keeping with the theme of the issue, we bring you the best listings across the state and in several categories, from the best small house (at $479,000) to the best big house (at $65 million) and everything in between. Truth is—and maybe we’re biased—but Connecticut’s residential real estate market has the richest variety in the country from Colonial-era farmhouses to mid-century moderns. Here, eight listings that offer the best of the best.

September 2014
5 New York City Condo Developments That Turn Heads

5 New York City Condo Developments That Turn Heads

It’s model season, but those willowy beauties marching down New York’s runways for Fashion Week aren’t the only game in town. The city’s new condo developments are turning heads more than ever before. They’re tall, they’re skinny, they don’t wake up for less than $3,000 a square foot (give or take), and they’re ready for their close-ups.

September 2014
Five Secrets to Selling Your Real Estate in the Hamptons

Five Secrets to Selling Your Real Estate in the Hamptons

Decorators and home stagers earn big bucks by following a few simple steps: Play up a home’s best features, hide its flaws, and make it appealing to the largest audience possible. Most Hamptons brokers say that buyers are looking for a turnkey property. So how do you take your sale from “just listed” to “in contract”? Consider these pointers.

August 1 2014
Deeds & Don'ts: An Insider's Trick to Attracting Top Buyers

Deeds & Don'ts: An Insider's Trick to Attracting Top Buyers

“A home in the Hamptons”: It’s a fraught phrase. To the uninitiated, the East End is a wonderland of famous folks and captains of industry. To aspirational types, becoming a homeowner in the Hamptons means joining the in-crowd and reaching a pinnacle that’s beyond the grasp of mere mortals. But it doesn’t stop there.

August 1 2014
Inside Stories Behind Connecticut Real Estate Deals: New Cannan Summer Stock, The Bard in Rowayton, Shoreline Showstoppers

Inside Stories Behind Connecticut Real Estate Deals: New Cannan Summer Stock, The Bard in Rowayton, Shoreline Showstoppers

From alfresco Shakespeare productions to automobile races, Connecticut’s cultural calendar is crowded between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Even the tiniest of towns have summer-fun events, many of which you can walk to. To celebrate them, we’ve chosen six lovely listings that will put you in close proximity to these pleasures and pastimes.

June 2014
Deeds & Don'ts: Yorkville, Cobble HIll and Forest Hills Gardens

Deeds & Don'ts: Yorkville, Cobble HIll and Forest Hills Gardens

Looking for the newest up-and-coming neighborhood? Go east, young man—but not the East Village or the Lower East Side. Formerly stodgy Yorkville is now the coolest kid on the block. Yorkville? Yes, the area from Third Avenue to the East River between 79th and 96th streets will soon be filled with the rumbling of the Second Avenue subway—and increased real estate prices, no doubt. The enclave has always been popular with families—especially those with children at Chapin, Brearley, the Town School, and P.S. 158—and outdoorsy types who appreciate the greenery of Carl Schurz Park.

May 2014
The Inside Scoop On New York Real Estate

The Inside Scoop On New York Real Estate

In New York,where nothing is more valuable than having a little extra room to breathe, a few colosal listings have real estate insiders literally holding their breath. Ready to supersize it?

December 2013
The inside scoop on New York real estate

The inside scoop on New York real estate

Check out these well-known designer digs and discover why Manhattan's sale market has never been hotter. We've got it all for you.

October 2013

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