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Zaha Hadid’s Miami Tower is an Architectural Feat. Is It Designed to Sell?
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Zaha Hadid’s Miami Tower is an Architectural Feat. Is It Designed to Sell?

Zaha Hadid's Miami Tower is an Architectural Feat. Is It Designed to Sell? In 2013, a shuttered pawnshop stood at the corner of NE 10th Street and...

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MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay Real Estate to Be Sold to JV Including Blackstone
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MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay Real Estate to Be Sold to JV Including Blackstone

Blackstone Group Inc. The deal, first reported early Tuesday by The Wall Street Journal, values MGM Grand's real-estate assets at about $2.5...

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Graham Backs a Bill Friendly to Real-Estate Industry
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Graham Backs a Bill Friendly to Real-Estate Industry

In an effort to tamp down new restrictions on a foreign-investor program used to help fund property deals, the real-estate industry has found a...

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A $17.5 Million Palm Beach Penthouse Will Sit Atop a Tiffany Store
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A $17.5 Million Palm Beach Penthouse Will Sit Atop a Tiffany Store

A rendering of the top floor of a Palm Beach apartment that sits atop the Tiffany& Co. jewelry store on Worth Avenue. A rendering of the top floor...

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Crowdfunding Firms Blow Up the Model to Survive in Real Estate
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Crowdfunding Firms Blow Up the Model to Survive in Real Estate

This article is part of a Property Report series looking at small investors and real estate, from new ways for individuals to buy slices of office...

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Forest Whitaker Sells Hollywood Hills Compound for $3.85 Million
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Forest Whitaker Sells Hollywood Hills Compound for $3.85 Million

In the Hollywood Hills, the gated property comprises two separate homes on a private street. In the Hollywood Hills, the gated property comprises...

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Student Housing Party on Wall Street May Be Over
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Student Housing Party on Wall Street May Be Over

The student-housing sector, which had become a darling of real-estate investors in recent years, is running into turbulence. About 3.9% of the debt...

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Top-Tier Malls Are Latest Victim of Retail Headwinds
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Top-Tier Malls Are Latest Victim of Retail Headwinds

For years, the prime malls with the best locations escaped much of the havoc being wrought in the retail world by internet competition. which owns...

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Construction of Texas Border Wall Stalls Over Fights With Landowners
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Construction of Texas Border Wall Stalls Over Fights With Landowners

LAREDO, Texas-Nearly three years into the Trump administration, almost no border wall has been built in Texas. Local property owners ranging from...

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China’s Housing Market Goes the WeWork Way—and Thousands Get Evicted
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China’s Housing Market Goes the WeWork Way—and Thousands Get Evicted

In China, a crowd of startups is looking to cash in on a hot real-estate market by disrupting the way apartments are rented. As property prices...

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New York’s Retail Property Slump Claims Big Times Square Building
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New York’s Retail Property Slump Claims Big Times Square Building

Manhattan’s three-year downturn in retail real estate may have claimed its biggest victim yet. A group of international lenders filed on Monday to...

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Amazon Leases New Manhattan Office Space, Less Than a Year After HQ2 Pullout
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Amazon Leases New Manhattan Office Space, Less Than a Year After HQ2 Pullout

Amazon. Facebook Inc. The giant online retailer said it has signed a new lease for 335,000 square feet on Manhattan's west side in the new Hudson...

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Elon Musk Buys Out the Neighbors
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Elon Musk Buys Out the Neighbors

In 2012, after three years of renting it, Elon Musk bought this mansion overlooking Bel-Air Country Club from Mitchell Julis, co-founder of hedge...

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The South Boston Waterfront Finds Its Way
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The South Boston Waterfront Finds Its Way

The South Boston Waterfront, located just across from downtown, didn't always used to be this hip. It was a shipping district in the early 20th...

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Property Investors Follow Millennials to the Hot Mountain States
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Property Investors Follow Millennials to the Hot Mountain States

Forget Brooklyn and San Francisco. Millennials and plenty of others seeking a lower cost of living are pouring into the Western mountain states,...

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Wealthy Buyers Are Jumping Between Billionaires’ Row Towers
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Wealthy Buyers Are Jumping Between Billionaires’ Row Towers

Some of the buildings on Billionaires' Row. Left to right: 111 West 57th Street, One57 at 157 West 57th Street, Central Park Tower and 220 Central...

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New Arizona Development Bans Residents From Bringing Cars
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New Arizona Development Bans Residents From Bringing Cars

A $140 million Arizona development is banning residents from bringing their own cars in favor of scooters, bikes and ride-sharing, testing demand...

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New Residents Are Spending Big in Columbus
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New Residents Are Spending Big in Columbus

Susan McManus and Ashley Lawson were confident they would get a great deal on a big home when they decided to relocate back to the Midwest after...

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Good News, and Some Bad, on European Mortgage Rates
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Good News, and Some Bad, on European Mortgage Rates

With U. S. mortgage rates near historic lows, American buyers can be forgiven for thinking this is as good as it gets. But the mortgage rates in...

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A Former Public Housing Project in London Gets a Luxury Upgrade
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A Former Public Housing Project in London Gets a Luxury Upgrade

In the 1960s, Balfron Tower was built in the Poplar neighborhood in the East End of London to house the city's poor. Today, the building is being...

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An Eco-Friendly Canyon Retreat in L.A.
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An Eco-Friendly Canyon Retreat in L.A.

Husband-and-wife architects Michael Swischuk and Stephanie Savage really like Groveland Drive in Los Angeles's Laurel Canyon. So much so that they...

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Opportunity-Zone Funds Are Off to a Slow Start, Lagging Behind Heady Expectations
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Opportunity-Zone Funds Are Off to a Slow Start, Lagging Behind Heady Expectations

Investors have been slow to embrace a new tax break meant to spur economic growth in distressed communities, leaving the amount of money raised for...

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Falling Rates Boost Mortgage Market to Precrisis Levels
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Falling Rates Boost Mortgage Market to Precrisis Levels

The mortgage market turned red hot over the summer, posting its biggest three months since the financial crisis. Lenders extended $700 billion of...

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A Chicago Condo With Knockout Views
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A Chicago Condo With Knockout Views

It was the location that originally attracted Jack Chen to Chicago's Trump International Tower, but it was the 240-degree view that convinced him...

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MGM Resorts to Sell Bellagio, Circus Circus Properties in Las Vegas
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MGM Resorts to Sell Bellagio, Circus Circus Properties in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS- said it is selling two casinos on the Las Vegas Strip, including its landmark Bellagio property, in separate real-estate deals....

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WeWork Founder Adam Neumann’s Trove of Pricey Properties
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WeWork Founder Adam Neumann’s Trove of Pricey Properties

Mr. Neumann's frequent lender. The bank extended close to $100 million in mortgages and other loans to Mr. Neumann, and is one of the lenders...

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Group Living Gets More Affordable, in 30 Square Feet
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Group Living Gets More Affordable, in 30 Square Feet

It's snooze and you lose as residents at an UP(st)ART property in Los Angeles eat breakfast in a common area. It's snooze and you lose as residents...

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Where Tech Tycoons Live Outside Seattle
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Where Tech Tycoons Live Outside Seattle

On the eastern shore of Lake Washington, Medina is a sleepy residential enclave across the water from Seattle. It was incorporated in 1955. At...

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Landlords Often Oppose Short-Term Rentals. These Developers Court Them.
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Landlords Often Oppose Short-Term Rentals. These Developers Court Them.

Property owners have long worried that short-term rentals bring noise, crime and regulatory risks to their buildings. But some real-estate firms...

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E-Commerce Made Warehouses Hot. Trade War Could Cool Them Down.
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E-Commerce Made Warehouses Hot. Trade War Could Cool Them Down.

The rise of e-commerce has pushed up warehouse rents and made industrial buildings one of the hottest sectors in real estate. Now, a slowing...

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