The sky-high duplex—one of two of Hearst's multimillion-dollar Upper West Side apartments—features a mix of historic detailing and modern design
Alex Rodriguez has found himself in the real estate game. E! News can confirm the former New York Yankees baseball player has put his Hollywood Hills mansion on the market for a whopping $6.5 million. Described as a "mid-century architectural masterpiece," the property was originally built in 1954 but masterfully updated and renovated. The expansive floor plan opens to a beautiful backyard that includes a pool and plenty of room for entertaining and lounging. As for the location, it's conveniently located by Sunset Boulevard meaning you're super close to all the Hollywood hotspots. We could describe it even more but maybe photos will be the ultimate sell. Take a look in our gallery below.
More than 100,000 families in New York City are believed to be living in illegal basement apartments. Now a new bill is trying to change that, by helping home owners bring their units up to code. Back in 2016, the city rezoned East New York to make way for more affordable housing and community amenities. So far, Neville Thorne, who's lived in the neighborhood for almost 30 years, says he loves what he's seen. "East New York was all broken down and they came in and they made a lot of houses, a lot of affordable houses for people to live [in] and so far it's going pretty good," he said. But not everyone agrees. Some say the move caused a rise in their property taxes and brought prospectors looking
-- Total funding equals $6 million -- NEW YORK , Nov. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Hunt Real Estate Capital , a leader in financing commercial real estate throughout the United States , announced today it ...
A new study from realtor Century 21 breaks down house prices in Canada per square foot and neighbourhood by neighbourhood, and what it finds is a seriously unpredictable market over the past year, with a few tremendous winners ... and some losers. "Trends in real estate prices per square foot have been fickle for the last year — soft in some cities but stable in others, even varying from suburb to suburb in some cases," Century 21 Canada said in its report. While Vancouver's housing market went into serious slowdown mode over the course of this year, condo prices in the city's downtown core have soared, up by nearly 40 per cent in a year, Century 21's survey found.
The province has promised to construct more than 4,900 new affordable mixed-income rental homes across B.C., with more than one quarter of those to be built on Vancouver Island. Speaking at a news conference in Vancouver, B.C. Premier John Horgan announced a $1.9-billion investment over 10 years. “Years of inaction on the B.C. housing crisis left families struggling to get by and unable to get ahead," Horgan said. “These new, affordable rental homes are an important step toward addressing the housing crisis and giving families in every part of the province a break from skyrocketing housing costs.” Mixed-income means the homes will be built to target various levels of earners, from middle-income
Foxtons (FOXT.L) said it had closed six of its branches as the London-focussed estate agent posted flat third-quarter revenue of 35.1 million pounds, reflecting a "challenging" property market in the capital. The brand, known for its chain of coffee shop-style offices, has been hit by cooling demand for London real estate and competition from online competitors in recent years. A slight increase in lettings revenue was counter-balanced by a small dip in earnings from sales and its mortgage broking business, as London property demand remains sluggish in many areas after increases in a stamp duty property tax.
Built in 1935, the Mediterranean villa-style main house opens to a rotunda entry with a domed ceiling and a sweeping staircase. A living room with a fireplace, a formal dining room, a double-island kitchen, a screening room and a gym are among common areas. Built-in bookshelves fill the walls of the library, which has another fireplace.
The city could soon raise the price of serviced land in Phase II of the St. Boniface Industrial Park. Council's property and development committee will be asked on Nov. 19 to raise the price per acre from $185,000 to $250,000, a suggestion that follows a recent review. The report states the land is currently unserviced and future sales at the higher price would require city services to be added. Rail land sale proposed The city could sell land known as the Murray Industrial Park Spur Line, which would free the municipality from covering its future maintenance costs. A report headed to the Nov. 19 meeting of council's property and development committee recommends the city sell the land for $1
Syosset, NY; November 13, 2018 - Homes By Mara Realty of Syosset, NY is pleased to welcome Vaugnette Suesser of Massapequa, NY as its newest licensed salesperson. Suesser comes to Homes By Mara while still working as a Title Closer of 16 years, providing title insurance clearance at closing for purchasers. Suesser says she is very excited to be a part of Homes By Mara's team. "Before joining Homes By Mara, I did some research on the agency and was impressed by its Owner Mara Navaretta and her real estate business story," she explains. "Not only has Mara grown her company with great success but she has created such as stellar, reputable firm that has become a staple in Long Island's residential
FRASER, Mich., Nov. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- zipLogix™, the industry leader in transaction management software and creators of zipForm®, have announced a new partnership with Sellers Shield™. The company's Smart Seller Tools™ will be fully integrated with the zipForm® Plus platform. This revolutionary partnership will enable property sellers to complete key C.A.R. seller's disclosure forms online using Sellers Shield's Smart Seller Tools™.
AKRON, Ohio – The city Planning Commission is expected Friday to review two proposals for new housing. One proposal by Bob Bennett Construction of Norton aims to build 54 houses on Hickory Street and Memorial Parkway. Streets and sewer infrastructure were built on the land in 2002 in anticipation of a residential development that never happened. A second proposal by the Crasi Company of Cuyahoga Falls, calls for building 12 houses in North Hill between Dayton and Pitkin streets, where Harris Elementary School once stood. The original agreement for development on Hickory Street and Memorial Parkway expired, so the city recently sent out a request for new proposals to develop the parcel, Planning