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Tunnel Vision at an Oceanfront Estate in Florida

November 28, 2014

The owner of this home built a tunnel to the beach and parking for his antique car collection

Leafy Luxury Homes

High-end buyers will pay a premium for new homes landscaped with mature trees—even if they have to transplant them from hundreds of miles away.

MLB’s David Wells Lists Two in San Diego

Asking about $16 million together, both homes are in the Rancho Santa Fe area

A National Park in Your Backyard

Three homes for sale near national parks in New Mexico, Oregon and Maine

New York Office Towers Pop Up Despite Sluggish Market

Developers are planning new Manhattan office buildings at the fastest rate in two decades despite sluggish demand for space, a gamble that tenants will favor gleaming new skyscrapers.

A Timeless New York Mansion

November 26, 2014

This Westchester County mansion was built about a decade ago to look like a historical home, but has modern amenities and cozy spaces throughout.

Going to Battle for a Piece of History

The Maurers spent $4.7 million to restore a Civil War-scarred home in Fredericksburg, Va.

Investor Group Gets Behind Big San Francisco Development

A group of New York investors has bought the majority interest in San Francisco’s Parkmerced from private-equity firms Fortress Investment Group and Rockpoint Group in a deal that values the sprawling housing development at more than $1.35 billion.

In Kansas City, It’s the Rise of the Underground

It is easy to underestimate the size of the Kansas City, Mo., industrial real-estate market. That’s because a big chunk of it is hidden from sight—and located underground.

A Light-Filled Penthouse in Tribeca

November 22, 2014

The large Tribeca penthouse in a luxury building features bright and open rooms, high ceilings and a terrace with Hudson River views.

Your $60K-a-Day Chalet

After a day of skiing, visitors to the ritzy French hamlet of Courchevel 1850 can retire to their “super chalets” to enjoy a rubdown, gourmet meal and a movie in their underground theater.

A Jumbo Challenge for Retirees

Because of income requirements, retirees may have trouble qualifying for a jumbo mortgage. Advance planning can avert these issues.

Chris Whittle to List Hamptons Estate for $140 Million

Real-estate agents believe it will likely be the priciest listing in the area.

Three Tricked-Out Ski Homes for Sale

A DJ booth, an aquarium and a cigar room are among the features of these homes in Montana, Utah and Colorado.

A Quiet Irish Country Manor in California

November 20, 2014

The La Cañada Flintridge home underwent a large remodeling and includes a two-story guesthouse, screening room and three-hole golf course

Harbor Views in Sydney

November 19, 2014

This contemporary waterfront apartment features an open-plan design, minimalist interiors and unobstructed city views.

Two Pools and Three Docks on the Water in Hilton Head

This waterfront house is part of the Wexford Plantation and comes with a summer kitchen and solarium

Landlords Cash In as LED Billboards Go Big

As Vornado Realty Trust prepares to throw the switch Tuesday on its mountainous electronic sign in the heart of Times Square, other landlords just outside the high-profile intersection also are betting on the digital-sign business.

Vacancy Is Opportunity at 4 Times Square

The possible near-emptying of 4 Times Square, with the departure of one anchor office tenant and the likely exit of another, offers a challenge and opportunity for the Durst Organization.

Candlestick Park to Make Way for Mall

National home-builder Lennar Corp. has joined with mall-owner Macerich Corp. in planning to develop a luxury-outlet mall as the anchor of a redevelopment of San Francisco’s Candlestick Point.