The American Who Built a Supersized Japanese Aerie From Abandoned Parts

Decades after arriving in Japan as a Latter-day Saints missionary, an American C.E.O. collected decaying treasures across the country, including a decommissioned Buddhist temple, and contrived a fantasy.

In a Tiny Apartment in London, She Created Space in 260 Square Feet

For a tiny apartment in London, the solution was a shape-shifting bank of custom cabinetry built on a tight budget.

$995,000 Homes in the Bahamas

A two-cottage compound on Lubbers Quarters Cay, a three-bedroom bungalow on Great Exuma island, and a two-bedroom condo on Paradise Island.

Darren Spaziani, a Louis Vuitton Executive, Lists West Chelsea Home

Darren Spaziani, a top executive for Louis Vuitton, is selling his three-bedroom co-op with outdoor space on West 23rd Street.

For Lincoln Center’s West Side, A New Story

The formidable arts institution has hired a design team to reconsider its relationship with its West Side neighborhood.

They Wanted a Small House on a Quiet Brooklyn Street. Would Their Budget Cover It?

Seeking enough space for a music studio, a guest room and some outdoor space, a New York City couple searched south of Prospect Park for a house that fit their needs.

Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Queens

This week’s properties are on West End Avenue, in the East Village and in Jackson Heights.

Homes for Sale in New York and Connecticut

This week’s properties are four-bedroom homes in Smithtown, N.Y., and Stamford, Conn.

What Are the Homes in ‘Bridgerton’ Worth?

As the third season of the Netflix hit resumes, we share some home-value estimates for the luxurious dwellings used as locations.

At Home With - Brian d’Arcy James

Where the Tony nominee takes refuge: a “sweet little house” on five bosky acres in Connecticut.

Denver Real Estate News – June 2024

 

Unlocking Opportunities

Navigating Denver’s Summer Real Estate Landscape

 

With summer swiftly approaching, patience remains key in maneuvering the Denver metro real estate market. Denver’s real estate market is normalizing but continues to face persistent affordability challenges. This presents opportunities for serious buyers and sellers to negotiate favorable deals in the second half of the year. Following the long-standing trend, it’s crucial for sellers to thoroughly prepare their home for the market if they want to sell it quickly and for the highest possible price. Buyers should take their time selecting the right home, a process that should be easier now with more inventory available than in recent years. 

 

As everyone waits for mortgage rates to adjust downward, we continue to manage the market at seven percent interest rates. Last month, new listings increased by 16.51 percent month-over-month and 33.88 percent year-over-year to 6,966. Pending sales saw a slight uptick of 1.94 percent month-over-month with 4,265 properties, while closed sales rose by 5.72 percent to 4,198. Median close prices fell marginally month-over-month by 0.41 percent. 


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$1.3 Million Homes in Colorado, California and Massachusetts

A Craftsman bungalow in Denver, a midcentury-modern home in Riverside and an 1841 Cape Cod house in Newburyport.

How Do You Use Water to Stay Cool at Home During the Summer? We Want to Know.

Sprinklers? Kiddie pools? What’s your creative solution to find respite from sweltering heat?

What to do in Denver in June 2024

June and Early July Events around the city!

 

 

 

Present – August 4th: City Park Jazz

“City Park Jazz is a “celebration of community” that began in 1986 featuring only local musicians. Sunday evenings throughout the summer sees anywhere from 8,000 to 12,000 neighbors from City Park neighborhoods — and all over Colorado —enjoying the amazing talent that calls the Centennial State home, all free of charge. A handful of carefully selected vendors and food trucks round out this family-friendly festival atmosphere!” More Info!









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How an N.Y.C. Couple Turned a Cabin in the Woods Into Their Rustic Escape

It didn’t help that it was straight out of ‘Twin Peaks’: ‘Wood on wood on wood, in a very terrifying way.’ But now it’s bright and airy.

$3.3 Million Homes in California

A hillside home in Tiburon, a ranch-style house in Calabasas and a midcentury retreat in Palm Springs.

I’m Choking on My Neighbor’s Smoke. But She’s Rent-Stabilized. What Can I Do?

When it comes to rent-stabilized tenants, legal claims against co-ops are tricky. Ultimately, it’s the apartment’s owner who must take action.

Adam Neumann Lists His Triplex Penthouse, Again. Asking? $25 Million.

The WeWork founder is selling his marquee New York City apartment, a four-bedroom aerie that overlooks Gramercy Park.

$950,000 Homes in Bordeaux, France

Two apartments and a single-family villa in and around the port city on the river Garonne, in southwestern France.

How to Make a Bed Like a Professional Designer

You may think you know how to make your bed — but here’s how to make it a lot better.

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