Designed by Miami architect Ramon Pacheco, the two-story home was built in 2009 and fully renovated in 2016. Features include coffered ceilings, solid white European oak wood floors, expansive outdoor terraces that frame a heated pool and two master bedrooms with a secret staircase connecting them. The estate is listed for $36.5 million.
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The Beverly Hills-based internet platform is a sort of Zillow for the uber-rich, highlighting a curated selection of luxury homes on sale around the world listed by its affiliated independent brokerages for at least $2 million to well over $100 million.
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- The Beverly Hills-based internet platform is a sort of Zillow for the uber-rich, highlighting a curated selection of luxury homes on sale around the world listed by its affiliated independent brokerages for at least $2 million to well over $100 million.
- Chance the Rapper and his family are living in a mansion in Bannockburn, a suburb of Chicago, which they are renting while still owning a condo in the downtown neighborhood of Streeterville.
- As California wages a seesaw battle against the coronavirus, the Hearst Castle’s keepers confront the challenge of reopening a historic site that depends on bus transportation and has no air filtration system. Nobody is sure when California’s most famous mansion will reopen, including Dan Falat, superintendent of the California State Parks district that includes the castle.
- This once low-key island of privilege isn’t as isolated as it used to be. In the year and a half since Harris launched a bid for her party’s presidential nomination, the problems of the country she wants to help lead — poverty, racial inequities, climate change, civil discord — have inched closer to her doorstep.
- The 10,396-square foot-house with six bedrooms on Jefferson Crossing that Dulos built for his family is being sold as part of a systematic sale of Dulos' estate. In addition to the house, everything from boxes of Legos to high-end rugs and motorcycles will be sold as creditors and attorneys line up to get a share of the estate before it is turned over to the couple’s five children.
- A 3,627-square-foot, two-story townhouse in the Setai Resort & Residences in Miami Beach recently was listed for $12.9 million. The 15th-floor minimalist townhouse also features three balconies and a private plunge pool.
- The COVID-19 pandemic has not slowed South Florida's housing market — including rentals — and agents are giving their tips for the best ways for buyers and sellers to take advantage of the market.
- The report, now in its 14th year, offered more bad news for landlords: A significant drop in newly-signed July leases compared to 2019, along with a fall-off of about $350 in rent from this July compared to last July.
- Former Tribune Publishing chief executive Justin Dearborn has been in buy and sell mode of late, divesting himself of a home in Encino and buying one in the Hollywood Hills for $4 million, records show.
- Three new luxury residences — Parkline Chicago, Porte and The Orchard — bring smart design and some built-in COVID-19 safety features.
- Jemmah has been accused of murders, rapes, tortures and the theft of more than $300 million in public funds
- New Yorkers anxious after weathering the worst of the coronavirus pandemic are fueling a boom in home sales and rentals around the picturesque towns and wooded hills to the north. Real estate brokers and agents describe a red-hot market recently, with many house hunters able to work from home.
- His purchase price was one of the highest ever paid outright for a home by a Chicago athlete for the 19th floor unit in the building at 9 W. Walton St.
- Gianluca Vacchi, a former professional skier, nightclub DJ and dancer with more than 16 million Instagram followers, personally designed the Miami Beach penthouse now priced for sale at $10.9 million.
- Americans are likely to see more “for rent” signs in the coming months as many businesses devastated by the coronavirus pandemic abandon offices and storefronts and potentially end a long boom in the nation’s commercial real estate market.