Designed a century ago as ‘Newport of the West,’ Pebble Beach and its 17-Mile Drive continue to attract the rich; home to golf tournaments and the Concours d’Elegance
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A neighborhood that offers varied housing and easy commutes to D.C. struggles to balance development, diversity and affordable housing.
Home rental websites and apps such as Airbnb and VRBO have replaced resort town brochures.
Retail groups are rolling out quirky events to gin up excitement in downtown shopping districts
BUYING NEW | Windsor Manor offers five house plans priced from $360,000 to $500,000.
Convene, a flexible-workspace and meeting-space provider, has signed a lease deal for its largest location, a 93,000-square-foot space in lower Manhattan’s One Liberty Plaza. Executives have their sights on more and bigger locations.
Germany’s Puma has signed a lease deal to creating a marquee location on Fifth Avenue that will be the first of its kind for the company in North America.
“You feel like you have been propelled into another world,” one resident says of the onetime summer retreat.
New talent to run hotel capital-markets group as Newmark pursues growth
A Long Island City listing shows how some people, through luck, vision or inertia, stand to become winners in New York’s real estate marketplace as the fortunes of the city—beyond Manhattan—have soared in recent years.
Despite the ruling, a plaintiff says the company “is financially motivated to keep the Zestimate inaccurate.”
The office tower at 180 Maiden Lane in downtown New York is getting a new tenant: consumer-debt resolution company National Debt Relief.
In Los Angeles, a city known for its cars, high-end buyers increasingly want homes within steps of bars, restaurants and sports venues
WHERE WE LIVE | Large lot sizes and historic homes are draws in a community still lacking many amenities.
Venture initially plans to make $300 million of loans to investors who prefer to borrow funds to close deals for units
Only married couples make up a bigger piece of the marketplace, according to one survey.
Real-estate investor Ashkenazy Acquisition and its partner Saudi Prince al-Waleed bin Talal, minority owners of New York’s Plaza Hotel, have agreed to buy full ownership in a deal that values the property at $600 million.
BUYING NEW | Eisenhower Square will have 11 buildings with 67 homes on 12 acres.
After a 16-month search, the bank has decided to move its North American headquarters from 60 Wall St. to the Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle.
Advances in technology are making it increasingly possible to detect and solve urban problems in real time.
WHERE WE LIVE | Residents love Fairfax County community’s neighborliness and easy commuting choices.
The D.C. city council passed a bill, to be reviewed by Congress, that largely eliminates the Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act for single-family dwellings.
BUYING NEW | At Cohansey Overlook in Glen Burnie, Md., buyers have to pick only their kitchen cabinet color.
WHERE WE LIVE | Urbana, a planned community in Frederick County, offers “real bang for your buck.”
The supply is even tighter than a year ago, but homes are available to those willing to make concessions.
Global property firm plans to invest $200 million to $300 million over three years
Concessions from office landlords are on up nationwide, but in technology-centric markets, deal sweeteners such as free rent and remodeling allowances waning.
BUYING NEW | The Adele’s vistas include the White House, the Washington Monument and the Potomac.
Luxury developers are touting wellness real estate, offering private and communal spaces for meditation and yoga
WHERE WE LIVE | Near Takoma Park, Lamond Riggs has affordable homes, vibrant businesses and ample Metro service.
Long Island City high rise rides the co-living wave, offering shared apartments with less expensive rents and hotel-style amenities.
Some 21% of foreign investment in U.S. real-estate debt as of mid-April came from the Asian nation
BUYING NEW | Key & Nash has 63 condo units and six three-story townhouses.
Sales of the city’s office towers, apartment buildings, development sites and other properties rose 70% in the quarter from a year ago, signaling confidence in the New York real-estate market.
WHERE WE LIVE| The once-industrial area now combines Metro access with luxury condos and artisanal juice bars.
Arlington couple, with their two children, expand their Cape Cod to accommodate his dad and her parents.
Having parents, kids and grandparents under one roof means reconfiguring living spaces and lives.
Driven by rising home values, equity topped more than $14.4 trillion in the latest Federal Reserve estimates.
Inventory may be limited in Maryland, but there are a variety of neighborhoods to choose from.
BUYING NEW | Ellicott’s Retreat will have 160 condos priced from the upper $320,000s.