Wall Street Journal
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This two-story house in Shanghai has been featured in several Chinese magazines for its interior design.
A snowboarder's cabin in the Sierras has no bedroom, no bathroom—but a hot tub and a (nearly completed) ski lift.
How do you coax a little charisma out of a 16-foot expanse of cold, white wall? Give it some subtle texture.
Many are built illegally and can be dangerous.
Once the provenance of grand estates, names are becoming more casual—and much sillier. A look at how nomenclature can excite house buyers—or turn them off. Naming a beach house Melanoma?
Chinese law lets local governments take over farmland for minimal compensation and sell it at far higher prices to developers, exacerbating the gap between well-off urbanites and lower-income rural residents.
What was once a humble storage space is becoming a trophy accessory, growing in size to rival living rooms and equipped with breakfast areas, sound systems and chandeliers.
The owners of this Mamaroneck home on the Long Island Sound had clear design ideas for the property, from the landscaping and Georgian-style architecture to the wallpaper and lighting system.
This limestone-faced home in Texas is inspired by the architecture of French châteaus and features a warm, traditional design.
This six-bedroom restored farmhouse with a one-bedroom annex and nine acres of land was originally a Cistercian monastery on the historic pilgrim route from Canterbury to Rome.
A Bel Air estate with winery and a home built by Hollywood director Victor Fleming lists for $29.5 million; historic New Mexico ranch goes on the market for $15.1 million; and more.
To ensure a happy home, this Hong Kong house's owners hired a few feng shui "masters" for an evaluation before closing on it.
Like it or not, Jersey Shore residents are awakening to the reality that the beloved summer destination is undergoing a transformation never before seen.
Credit Suisse is eyeing a new Manhattan home...A bank took control of the Kansas City Fed's former home after a developer's plans for condos failed...And a Highland Capital Management LP group aims to overhaul Turtle Bay Resort in Oahu.
A closed Las Vegas landmark that was a Rat Pack hangout in its glory days may get a makeover through a federal program that offers green cards to foreign investors.
Toronto's once red-hot condominium market is suddenly teetering as sales plummet and prices ease.
The hippest and fastest-growing companies operating in New York are expanding in trendy neighborhoods such as the Meatpacking District and Union Square. So why is Scott Rechler busy buying towers in pinstriped Midtown?
Renters who have given up the dream of an affordable Manhattan apartment may have a second chance: Average Manhattan rents declined in January for the fifth month in a row.
This renovated four-bedroom apartment overlooking Barcelona's Real Club de Tenis is in a listed building designed by Antonio Bonet.
The murky world of real-estate pricing by private-equity funds is about to become a little less murky, thanks in large part to New Jersey's state pension fund, which disclosed last month that it is putting on the block $1 billion of its positions in private-equity funds.