A former Wall Street office building is now the home to a new venture by coworking pioneers WeWork that opened on Monday. As shared living space surrounded by private space, WeLive is coliving, like dorms for adults.
Cortney and Robert Novogratz have famously successfully navigated the choppy waters of high-end residential real estate in New York City for years and now they are tackling Los Angeles. Through market ups and downs, multiple renovations and redesigns—not to mention raising seven kids while they are at it—they've managed to make great deals and now, they're sharing their secrets for what works when searching for a home with us...
In 1996 we bought our first townhouse in New York City. We paid $450,000 for a brownstone on 19th St. between 8th and 9th Ave. that had been vacant for four years. Everybody we knew told us we were crazy to buy it.
Have your heart set on living in an Eichler? Nuts about Neutra? LA-based real estate startup Open Listings has launched Architectural Listings, a site where you can search for your perfect home—as long as it's by a starchitect.
The brick exterior might look like your average bunker-slash-water tank, but don't let this Dover, New Hampshire property fool you. Inside is a Gothic interior with a—wait for it—nightclub-sized dungeon bar in the basement.
A century-old house in Layton, Pennsylvania has been on the market since August, attracting plenty of attention, but no buyers. Why? It's the home of creepy serial killer Buffalo Bill in the 1991 Oscar winner, The Silence of the Lambs.