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Houston in a week: Sept 19-23

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Chicago in a week: Sept 19-23

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South Florida in a week: Sept 19-23

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New York in a week: Sept 19-23

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DC in a week: Sept 19-23

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9 places to find fall colors around Los Angeles

Who says LA doesn't have seasons? Given the intolerable level of heat that's overtaken the LA area lately, it can be easy to forget that Southern California has seasons—or even weather other than hot and dry. Still, if you look hard enough, there are plenty of places to find glimpses of fall in and around LA. Show More Summary

Floorplanner helps to design a new property tech future

The days of boring two-dimensional floorplans on real estate listings are well and truly over, says Jeroen Bekkers, CEO of Dutch firm,

Landmark modern by RM Schindler in the Cahuenga Pass asks $2.85 million

With later additions by Josef Van der Kar and Leroy Miller Located on Multiview Drive in the Hollywood Hills, this new listing has quite a multilayered history. The house was originally designed in 1946 by Rudolph Schindler for Mischa Kallis, an artist and art director for Universal Studios. Show More Summary

Only 17 percent of California homes affordable to teachers: A typical California home costs $200,000 more than an average teacher can afford.

California’s housing affordability is once again in an unreachable level for most working professionals.  You get Taco Tuesday baby boomers jawboning their children to purchase a modest home but that turns out to be a rundown crap shack costing $700,000.  So many California adults live at home with mom and dad since rents are also […]

Houzz tour: from shocker to stunner in Houston

Many people have a general area or neighborhood in mind when searching for a home, but Houston engineers Brie and Scott Kelman knew exactly which street they wanted to live on. And they didn’t care how long it took to...

Enormous project with two 58-story towers proposed for Arts District

It's bound to radically alter the neighborhood Last year, Irvine-based developer SunCal dropped $130 million on a 14.6-acre property bordered by Sixth, Alameda, Mill, and Wholesale streets in the Arts District, and now, we finally know what’s planned for this enormous parcel. Show More Summary

What $175 million buys in real estate: East Coast vs. West Coast

In Los Angeles’ hotbed of high-end real estate, $175 million can buy part of a grand estate with 50,000 square feet and a pedigree that includes legendary business magnates and iconic films. But across the country, a mint’s worth of money makes a different kind of splash. In Darien, Conn., on a...

The week in industry hires and promotions: September 19-23, 2016

Who got hired or promoted this week? Here's our weekly rundown, in chronological order...

Pasadena Museum of History debuts fantastic new Batchelder exhibit

The first local exhibition dedicated to the tilemaker whose work can be found in homes, shops, restaurants, and hotels across America Born in Nashua, New Hampshire in 1875 to a family of bricklayers and carpenters, Ernest A. Batchelder came to Pasadena at the dawn of the 20th century to teach art at Throop Polytechnic Institute (now CalTech). Show More Summary

Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood ride off into a $7-million sunset

Garth Brooks will have to find another spot to hang his cowboy hat. The country music star and his wife, singer-actress Trisha Yearwood, have quietly sold their home in Malibu’s Paradise Cove for $7 million in a deal completed outside the Multiple Listing Service. The ranch-style house, built in...

Home of the Week: A ranch house reinterpreted in Pasadena

A modern interpretation of classic ranch style, this 1950s residence in Pasadena’s sleepy North Arroyo draws the eye with its contrasting hues, black-framed windows and a mix of concrete, metal and natural wood finishes. Two similarly inspired guest suites, a pool house and a greenhouse now accompany...

Hot Property: Some like it hot

The upper reaches of L.A.'s luxury home market are definitely on track for a record-setting year. Mammoth residential transactions at massive prices are blowing our minds. The Playboy Enterprises sale last month of Hugh Hefner's storied mansion set the new local price point to beat at $100 million....

Major price cut for stunning, polarizing Stanley Saitowitz house

Austere Mission-Dolores masterpiece re-lists at lower asking Photo by Jacob Elliott, courtesy of Sotheby's International Realty The ultra-contemporary new home at 50 Oakwood has people talking. Love it or hate it, it won’t be ignored. Show More Summary

High & Low: San Francisco's most and least expensive homes this week

Ending Micro Week with some micro sales Friday afternoons are time for the High & the Low, a Curbed SF column chronicling the most and least expensive homes sold in San Francisco in the last seven days. What are this week’s farthestShow More Summary

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