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More U.S. highways adopting alternative interchange designs

Prepare for the ‘diverging diamond’ revolution High-traffic highway interchanges can be a mess. Drivers trying to get onto highway on-ramps typically have to make lefthand turns across traffic—which can increase traffic congestion and car crashes. Show More Summary

Construction of Gaudí's masterpiece cathedral hits a trio of troubles

In its 134th year of construction, La Sagrada Familia faces three significant challenges that threaten its completion When completed, La Sagrada Família—the wondrous, bizarrely beautiful masterwork of architect Antoni Gaudí—will become the tallest church in the world, and certainly one of the most architecturally unique. Show More Summary

Talking transportation, infrastructure, (and voting!) with Alissa Walker before the election

Curbed’s Urbanism Editor talks living in L.A. car-free and advocating for dense, transit-friendly cities It’s a presidential election year (we can hear you all groaning), which means that the future of our cities, housing, and infrastructure...Show More Summary

My Favorite Room: Andrew Marlowe and Terri Edda Miller's library is too whimsical for words

Libraries as fanciful as this one don't manifest out of thin air. Producer power couple Andrew Marlowe and Terri Edda Miller conjured their 1,000-square-foot room’s Old World look from famous libraries — including the one at Hogwarts from the Harry Potter films. “We wanted to create something that...

Home of the Day: A French chateau in Beverly Hills

Topiary gardens and swaying palms frame the entrance to this picturesque French chateau-inspired home on more than half an acre in Beverly Hills. Inside, traditional design cues include decorative ceiling trim, bay windows and rich hardwood floors. A chef’s kitchen has one of nine fireplaces as...

1950s Palm Springs home with butterfly roof flutters onto market for $795K

That’s an impressive roof-line swoop 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: PalmShow More Summary

An 1870s Victorian farmhouse finally shines in Northern California

After years of shuttling between New York City and Los Angeles, Mark Goff and Phillip Engel wanted to change their location and their lives. They landed in the tiny town of Healdsburg, California (approximately 1.5 hours from San Francisco in Sonoma County Wine Country, population 11,254). Show More Summary

5 best cities for Americans moving abroad

The expat life is calling If the latest news cycle has you dreaming of packing up your bags and moving abroad—and let’s face it, we’ve all been there—there’s a lot more to leaving than just buying a plane ticket. While most countries around the world will allow Americans to stay for around 3 months, after that things get difficult. Show More Summary

Luxury Portfolio: What the top 1% of homebuyers want in real estate

Roll out the red carpet (but only neutrals in the living room, please). America's ultra-wealthy are becoming more numerous, and a quarter of them plan to snatch up more real estate in the next three years, according to a new report from Luxury Portfolio International....

Video listing of the day: Secluded Colorado retreat

Listed by Live Urban Real Estate, this retreat in the exclusive gated community of Castle Park Ranch features spectacular mountain views from every room, soaring vaulted ceilings, four stacked stone fireplaces, gourmet kitchen and expansive open spaces. Show More Summary

Podcast: What a brain injury taught me about being smart

In 2011, life changed forever for Ann Zuccardy in a bathroom in Germany. A slip in the bathtub sent her back to the states with symptoms so severe, she knew something was wrong. Emergency room doctors confirmed a traumatic brain injury (TBI), and this driven corporate career woman was prescribed weeks of just lying on the couch doing nothing...

The economy is growing — what’s that mean for home sales?

An August report from the U.S. Department of Labor found the second straight month of strong employment growth, stable unemployment and higher wages. And those factors could be triggering a growth in homebuying interest among millennials...

The 8 time management secrets of top real estate agents

It’s easy to admire how real estate agents manage their time. Each day is different, so working as an agent demands effective time management. Unlike workers who follow a fixed schedule, real estate agents conduct their business as independent contractors in most cases. Show More Summary

Smartphones aren’t the problem: Don’t ask me to leave mine behind

A couple of weeks ago, I got to spend an amazing weekend in the woods way up in Northern Minnesota. I attended a camp for entrepreneurs and artists and assorted “dreamers” and “doers.” It was all made possible because of my smartphone...

How to Hire the Right People for Your Renovation

One of the first decisions you have to make when doing a home renovation is who you will work with to complete your renovation. I wouldn’t even think of starting a renovation until I had all the players in place. A renovation is a project that requires an immense amount of attention to detail. If […]

Trulia: Rising home prices are eliminating perks of lower rates

Mortgage rates in 2016 have remained lower than anybody expected, but those near-historic low rates haven't enticed near-historic numbers of homebuyers to take the plunge. What's going on...

Daily market update: October 20, 2016

Mortgage rates plus all the latest real estate market news...

Macquarie-led consortium takes over

A group of investors comprised of Macquarie Corporate Holdings and P1Q1, have acquired all of the data site's shares for a$0.85 cash per share.

New figures indicate 95% drop in lending at leading PropTech platform

Figures from Peer-to-Peer Finance Association, an industry body representing the online lending industry, suggest that Landbay has experienced a drop in lending during this year’s third quarter.

Another LAX terminal gets a flashy makeover

Nearly two dozen new stores and dining options LAX’s Terminal 6 officially reopened today after a swanky $70.5-million makeover "inspired by L.A.’s iconic Sunset Boulevard. As part of the revamp, 21 new eateries and shops were addedShow More Summary

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