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Student Projects: Student Designers Create Modern Pavilions for Little-League Fans in Rural Appalachia

Photos via design/buildLAB Third-year architecture students at Virginia Tech recently built a strikingly contemporary fieldhouse for a little league baseball diamond in Clifton Forge, Virginia. Made from solid steel and wood, the Sharon Fieldhouse was designed for "extreme openness."

House of the Day: An Exceedingly Teeny Sag Harbor Cottage Asks $1.1M

Curbed's Micro Week 2015 House of the Day run is dropping in square footage each day, until we've reached a truly tiny home that still embodies everything that makes a dwelling HOD-worthy. (Sorry, but tiny houses on flatbed trailers need...

DevelopmentWatch: Two More Condo Towers Probably on the Way in South Park

Less than a mile away from the rising Metropolis megaproject and just blocks from equally-mega-project Fig Central (both developed by China-based companies), another Chinese group has just dropped $26 million on a South Park property at Twelfth and Grand...

Realtors welcome FCC’s ‘net neutrality’ stance

The National Association of Realtors is welcoming FCC rules protecting “net neutrality,” saying that allowing “paid prioritization” of Internet traffic would have “created a two-tiered Internet and put Realtors and other small business owners at a competitive disadvantage.” Realtors are...

Shared Spaces: Coliving Gains Momentum in SoMa with 1532 Harrison Proposal

Living small in San Francisco often means closing oneself off in a studio or micro-unit. But, as Build Inc. principal Michael Yarne points out, "a lot of people are tired of living alone in a studio." Yarne was speaking at...

Flexmls for iPhone v1.7 – New Enhancements!

Flexmls for iPhone  v1.7  is on its way to the iTunes store in the next few days! This next version of Flexmls for iPhone includes…Read Post The post Flexmls for iPhone v1.7 – New Enhancements! appeared first on Flexmls.

GentrificationWatch: Mapping the Great LA Gentrification Wave of the 2000s

Maybe it's because it has such a hard-to-pin-down definition, but "gentrification" certainly gets just about everyone riled up. Is it rich white people moving into a neighborhood and displacing the people who made it what it is? Is it...

City of Angles: Case Study House #25 is For Sale on the Long Beach Canals

There are roughly 20 houses left in greater Los Angeles that were built under Arts & Architecture's Case Study House program, which ran from the late-1940s to the mid-1960s and made Southern California the epicenter of Modernist residential architecture,...

Lifestyles of the Rich and Richer: Holy Crap, Lumina Listed a Penthouse for an Eye-Popping $49M

Image via Steelblue/Tishman Speyer On the 41st and 42nd floors of the under-construction Tower B at Lumina, developer Tishman Speyer is marketing a roughly 14,000-square-foot duplex penthouse for an eye-popping $49 million. Listing agent Gregg Lynn of Sotheby's told the...

QUICKLISTING: Sotheby's: 542 35thAve

Luxurious Detail | 4bd/3.5ba HomeOpen House Sat, 2/28 Sun, 3/1, 2-4pmChef's KIT, Smart House Features542 35th Ave

Micro Week 2015: 24 Small Spaces with Wonderful Maximalist Decorating

These spaces may be miniature, but they are filled to their brims with elaborate decor. From a lacquer and velvet backdrop for an austere series of Josef Albers paintings, to a loft carved into a gallery for wacky furniture...

Micro Week 2015: Pint-Sized Rentals with Fancy Amenities from Each Curbed City

A backlit mailbox area is one of the many over-the-top features at 101 Bedford in Williamsburg Across the Curbed universe today, the city sites rounded up the teeniest rentals in the most amenity-packed buildings. Living in cramped quarters doesn't seem...

Zillow ‘integrated’ into tonight’s episode of ‘Portlandia’

It may be the most popular real estate search portal in the land, but fans of the IFC comedy "Portlandia" will see characters played by indie rocker Carrie Brownstein and comedian Fred Armisen using Zillow to search for a home in tonight's episode for another reason: because the company paid to be "integrated" into the story...

Rendering Reveals: Designs Unveiled for Housing at Sullivan's Funeral Home Site

Renderings via the Prado Group The Prado Group has officially revealed their proposal for a new residential development at 2254 Market in Duboce Triangle, the current site of Sullivan's Funeral Home, reports Hoodline. The plans, drafted by BAR Architects, reveal...

Find your real estate focus and motivation every day

Action is what inspires motivation. Remember, your year is determined right now. The pay cycle for most markets is measured in months, so if you're not out there making contacts, setting up deals and making it all happen today, then you're setting yourself up for some lean months in the summer...

The Printed Page : Lindsay Lohan's Old Condo is Doing Fine, Thanks

Photos via Björn Wallander/Elle Decor Antiques dealer Lee Stanton's condo in West Hollywood's Sierra Towers has floor-to-ceiling glass walls and, naturally, a lot of antiques. Featured in this month's Elle Decor, Stanton's apartment—which once belonged to Lindsay Lohan, but is...

Adventures in Interior Design: Artist Packs His 275-Square-Foot Studio with Bright Patterns

Small apartments come in all stripes?from pared-down to positively barren to downright whimsical)?but few are as wildly decorated as this one is. New York magazine's Wendy Goodman toured artist George Venson's Chinatown studio, which clocks in at 275 square...

Malibu showplace/film location listed at $8.95 million

If this dramatic showplace in Malibu just listed at $8.95 million looks familiar, it’s because it has appeared in more than 20 films, television shows and music videos.

Reginald Johnson home in Pasadena has ties to Episcopal Church

This 1927 Monterey Colonial-style home in Pasadena’s Huntington Library area was designed by celebrated architect Reginald Johnson for his father, Joseph Horsfall Johnson, the first bishop of the Episcopal Church in the diocese of Los Angeles.

Establish real estate authority through guest blogging

Guest blogging simply means publishing an article or blog post on someone else's blog, website, magazine or newspaper. If done correctly, guest blogging is an excellent way for real estate agents and brokers to generate lots of buyer and seller leads, and it's also a reliable tool for farming your niche...

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