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Linkage: Buy a 'Fifty Shades' Condo; '50s Glass Box Asks $745K; More!

Photo by Ball & Albanese via Dwell · $240K condo feels like a converted farmhouse. · These NYC digs will give you apartment envy. · Is Atlanta's skyline "Vancouverizing"? · $1.25M for a condo in the Fifty Shades of Grey...

Curbed I Spy: I Spy: Awkward Historic Nursery-Rhyme Wallpaper Edition

Images via Historic New England Historic New England's online collection of vintage wallpaper is amazing, in part because of the craftsmanship that went into the over 6,000 designs they've digitized, but mostly because nineteenth-century Americans saw fit to display folktales...

help wanted: Alert! Curbed National Seeks Amazing Engagement Intern

Effective immediately, Curbed National is seeking an ambitious, enthusiastic engagement intern to join the team. Interested? Read on. Let's talk about you, the ideal candidate. You're obsessed with the internet and, at heart, you're a storyteller. You're interested in...

Fashion People Things: Step Inside This Fashion Wunderkind's Whimsical NYC Digs

Photo via The Coveteur After storming the fashion world at age 11 with her uber successful style blog, Tavi Gevinson, now 18, has extended her talents to editing her own magazine, acting in movies, and more recently, starring in a.....

Artist's Abodes: Soaring Aerie of Landscape Painter Has a Gabled Glass Studio

The atmospheric 1920s penthouse in Manhattan belonging to the late landscape painter Jane Freilicher, who died last December, has just hit the market. The three-bedroom property in the West Village is a high-ceilinged duplex with a 1,000-square-foot greenhouse, and...

Development Watch: London's 'Can of Ham' Survives Six-Year Hiatus, Will Get Built

Photo via Dezeen The Can of Ham is back! The Can of Ham is back! Designed by London firm Foggo Associates, the 24-story building shaped like tinned meat was first approved by the city in 2008, but immediately ran into...

House of the Day: Open-Plan Home in an Eco-Friendly Development Wants $1M

Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day? Get thee to the tipline and send us your suggestions. We'd love to see what you've got. Location: Dallas, Texas Price: $1,050,000 Dallas...

Micro Homes: This Company Will Build You an 'Heirloom' Micro Home for $65K

Photo via Design Collector Based in Portland, the Tiny Heirloom Homes company claims to be the first manufacturer of "luxury, custom tiny homes" in the U.S. The structures, which start at $65K and are made to order, were clearly designed...

Meanwhile in Detroit: For $499K, one can snatch up...

For $499K, one can snatch up a 8,800 square-foot estate once owned by a big player in Detroit's auto industry. The three-story "urban palace," listed for the first time in 70 years, still has its ridiculous amenities: basement ballroom, library...

Take Me Home, Country Roads: Can John Denver's Aspen Home Bring World Peace?

A Summit County radio host and John Denver fan has a plan to help bring world peace via the purchase of his idol's home near Aspen, Colorado—but he needs your help. The 6,000-square-foot, six-bedroom house on 7.6 acres is...

Demolition Watch: Newtown Votes to Demolish Adam Lanza's House

The former Lanza residence. Photo via Getty In a unanimous vote last night, the Newtown Legislative Council decided to demolish the home where Sandy Hook Elementary shooter Adam Lanza lived with his mother, echoing the decision to raze and rebuild...

Slow Clap: Man Says Screw It and Bulldozes Wife's House While She's Out

Photo via Gawker Doing renovations is like going down a dark tunnel of loud drilling, rampant debris, and general chaos, sustaining only on the light at the end that says it'll all be worth it. And sometimes, "love it or...

Good Works: Will Architecture for Humanity's Domestic Chapters Ever Get the Funds They Raised?

New Orleans' Parker House. Photo via Architecture for Humanity The big question in the wake of last week's news that Architecture for Humanity is filing for bankruptcy is what will happen to its 59 volunteer-run chapters, which operated at varying...

Groovy Babies: Groovy '70s-Inspired Pad With 'Tiki Oasis Patio' Asks $749K

This sherbet colored homage to the 1970s in Los Angeles is a perfect encapsulation of the era, as defined by a Pinterest board. The three-bedroom home comes with a tiki oasis patio,...

Ikea Monkey Watch: In December 2012 a sweet lil...

In December 2012 a sweet lil Japanese macaque named Darwin chaséd into public consciousness by temporarily ruling over the Toronto Ikea wearing a teeny tiny shearling greatcoat. In the months that followed, the internet went full internet on "Ikea Monkey,"...

Linkage: A $500K 'Urban Palace'; Amazing Bonsai Architecture; More!

Photo by Gunnar Larson via Refinery29 · Two-bedroom in a historic building asks $1.1M. · Six big design trends changing city life. · $500K "urban palace" has a basement ballroom. · Tour an eco-friendly home in Silicon Valley. · Pretty...

Castles: Ain't No Castle Like a U.S. Castle 'Cause a U.S. Castle is Cheap

Once seemingly the rare, ungainly bird of the U.S. real estate market, the American castle has become a genre standard. Oh, here's another one, listed for $600K, this time in the Missouri side of Kansas City! And like the...

Eater Features: Can a Restaurateur Bring a Gutted Town Back From the Brink?

Photo by Amy McKeever via Eater Twenty minutes from Pittsburgh, the town of Braddock is "best known for being one of the worst casualties of the collapse of the steel industry, an economically gutted town barely holding on," writes Amy...

Miniatures: Because the Wall Street Journal is...

Because the Wall Street Journal is more in-touch than even In Touch Weekly, here's a piece by freelance writer and wildlife enthusiast Millie Kerr, about how she once cared for an orphaned baby cheetah that seemed to remember her 15...

Abandonment Issues: 12 Lonely, Stunning Staircases Found in Abandoned Mansions

All photos by Christian Richter Photographer Christian Richter grew up in the former East Germany. After the two sides of Germany reunited in 1990, many factories, public institutions, and residential buildings on the less wealthy eastern side, where he grew...

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