Wall Street Journal
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As development creeps north of 96th Street—the historic dividing line between Spanish Harlem and Yorkville—residents and business owners worry the heritage that defines the neighborhood will erode.
A five-bedroom home perched in the Claremont Hills, with views of San Francisco, the Golden Gate Bridge, Berkeley, downtown Oakland and Marin, is on the market for $2.85 million.
Once home to puppeteer Bil Baird's marionette theater, this building includes a sunny floor-through apartment that is on the market.
With the U.S. housing market recovering, some investors there are looking across the Atlantic for opportunities in the U.K. housing market, as well.
The city's Landmarks Preservation Commission voted unanimously on Tuesday to expand an historic district for Brooklyn's rapidly changing Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood.
With real-estate values on the upswing, the age-old battle between development and preservation is heating up again in some cities. In El Paso, Texas, development has won the latest skirmish.
President Obama's proposed budget would provide tax relief to some foreign investors, a move the U.S. real-estate industry has been seeking for years.
Investors are paying up to be in West Los Angeles...In San Francisco, it pays off to have tech tenants...And the owners of the Bal Harbour Shops near Miami want a bigger slice of South Florida's luxury-retail market.
The company that pioneered the boutique hotel concept has become the spoils of a battle between two big names in investing and real estate.
A big gain in multifamily units drove construction of new homes higher in March. Construction of single-family housing, though, were lower and building permits fell.
A five-bedroom home in Riverdale's historic district, renovated over the years by its owners, is now on the market for just under $4 million.
Larry Silverstein has long been known as the Energizer Bunny of New York real-estate developers.
A stone-clad facade and rustic finishes blend with high-tech audio and a sizeable pool area in this Italian-influenced home.
Looking out over the River Thames, this Georgian home in West London mixes the old and new like a true Londoner.
Five unusual plants finally herald the start of spring in upstate New York.
A climbing enthusiast chose this hillside home for its sweeping mountain and valley views.
U.S. home builders' confidence fell for the third-straight month in April, as builders cited concerns about their ability to get construction loans and higher costs for building materials.
Originally built in the 14th century, this villa near Monteguidi, Italy, comes with two of the region's staples: an olive grove and a small vineyard.
Having listed her home, a columnist wonders if staging strips away too much of its personality.