Luxury Real Estate Blog and News
According to Citibank, Hong Kong residents predicting a drop in home prices doubled to 56 percent from 28 percent last quarter.
A game of bocce—on a private court just steps from a home filled with luxurious amenities—is the perfect way to pass the time during the last glorious weeks of summer and the first cool days of fall.
An abandoned far north Queensland island resort that was ravaged by Cyclone Yasi eight years ago has been sold to a company that plans to restore it to its formal glory.
The number of British buyers of luxury property in France has dropped by 40% in less than five years due to Brexit and the weakening of the pound sterling.
In Wellton Park, a district in Moscow with a very high building density, the Dutch architecture firm Team Paul de Vroom + Sputnik has completed two apartment buildings with outspoken brick facades.
In the second quarter of this year, Berlin was the city with the strongest rate of annual house price growth, according to Knight Frank’s latest Prime Global Cities Index.
A sprawling penthouse at 15 Central Park West, one of New York City’s most expensive condo buildings, is coming on the market for $65 million.
They include a home on 25-foot wide Beaux-Arts limestone mansion located on the best townhouse block in the Upper West Side's Central Park West Historic District.