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Leigh Brown: Real estate is not life-threatening

Remember that the language you use and the way you approach people does indeed matter -- and it does affect the outcome. Be kind and show a little grace when things don't go your way. It pays off...

Former Dodger Jay Gibbons lists house in Thousand Oaks for $3 million

Retired professional baseball player Jay Gibbons, now the hitting coach for the Great Lakes Loons, a Class-A affiliate of the Dodgers, has listed his home in Thousand Oaks for sale at $2.995 million.

You Can Make Your Own Furniture With These Giant LEGO Blocks For Grown-Ups

LEGO bricks are the most fun—or, at least, they were the most fun when we used to play with them as children. But if the Grown-Ups of the World could get together and write out list of complaints we...

3 reasons to stop selling and start storytelling

Whether it's blogging, a marketing campaign, advice, an Instagram or a Facebook post, remarkable stories will be shared again and again. That's why, especially in today's world, it's the stories behind a product or service that leads to recognition and sells...

High-Rise Development: The Auction's Off for Transbay Site, But the Sale Must Go On

Photo courtesy of the San Francisco Business Times The gavel has dropped before the auction even started for a choice piece of real estate across from the Transbay Transit Center. The San Francisco Business Times reports that the event,...

Curbed National: The Artist and the Slumlord: A Photographer's 1970s Quest to Unmask a Real Estate Family

Installation view of America Is Hard to See (Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, May 1— September 27, 2015): Hans Haacke, Shapolsky, et al. Manhattan Real Estate Holdings, a Real Estate Holdings, a Real-Time Social System, as of...

Neighbor Beefs: The Kardashians Have Ruined Surprise Late-Night Boat Fireworks For Everyone

A video posted by Stephanie Kwong (@thelovecatalyst) on Aug 26, 2015 at 12:14am PDT A Kardashian throws one unannounced, late-night fireworks show and the effects ripple out throughout the city for weeks. Last week, Khloe Kardashian threw a yacht...

House of the Day: Midcentury Gem by Frank Lloyd Wright Apprentice Asks $1.45M

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. Photos via Realtor.com Location: Weston, Connecticu...

Obama Presidential Library: Handicapping the Architects Competing for the Obama Presidential Library

The Obama Library Foundation has sent out invites to a select group of architects to submit designs for the forthcoming Presidential Library in Chicago. Ever since Chicago was announced as the location of the forthcoming Barack Obama Presidential Library,...

RetailWatch: Work Begins on the Biggest Ikea in the United States

We broke ground on newer, larger Burbank store opening Spring 2017, moving less 1 mile away! http://t.co/n1xPDYpHDa pic.twitter.com/VOBj3O1frf— IKEA_LA (@IKEA_LA) September 1, 2015 If the immense Burbank Ikea doesn't quite feel large enough for you, rest easy: a new store...

Karim Rashid: I'm Creating 3D Designs For a 2D World

Congratulations to the 38 percent who voted that Karim Rashid should be CNN Style's next guest editor in Curbed's recent poll. Rashid's first column went up today and he's commissioning a series of features that will be published throughout...

ERIDA: There’s a new drone in town and it’s pretty damn cool

Drones are quickly becoming the hottest new piece of technology and ERIDA is no exception. Take a look and see why ERIDA is one of our new favs. Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at The American Genius

Can Subway’s 2016 rebrand boost sales after hitting a 50-year low?

After the debacle created by Subway spokesman, Jared Fogle's arrest, the restaurant contemplates a rebranding campaign to boost sales, but will it help? Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at The American Genius

Tiny Living: Look Around a 100% Off-Grid 160-Square-Foot Mobile Home

Photos by Getaway, © Kataram Studios via Inhabitat From Getaway, the tiny house rental startup founded by students at Harvard University comes this 100% solar-powered cabin dubbed the Lorraine. For now, the Lorraine is nestled on a forested site...

Why Walk From Room to Room When You Can Crawl Through a Giant Convulsing Centipede?

We will never look at stairs, elevators, escalators, and...floors the same way after seeing these pictures of design collective Numen/For Use's installation at the Aut Architektur und Tirol in Austria, because now all we want to do is crawl...

Curbed Features: The Artist and the Slumlord: A Photographer's 1970s Quest to Unmask an NYC Real Estate Family

James Nevius is the author of three books about New York City, the most recent of which is Footprints in New York: Tracing the Lives of Four Centuries of New Yorkers. Installation view of America Is Hard to See (Whitney...

Home of the Day: A mobile home near Point Dume for $1.5 million

This remodeled mobile home on a bluff near Point Dume is part of Paradise Cove, a 270-site mobile home park with private access to the popular strip of coastline. Hardwood floors, raised ceilings and a living room with a wood-burning fireplace highlight the 1,540 square feet of space, which also...

Fake Bahama Development Lands Foster in Prison

Mortgage Fraud Blog. Lawrence Foster, 50, Miami Beach, Florida, was sentenced to 152 months’ imprisonment for conspiring to commit wire fraud and committing substantive counts of wire fraud, and was ordered to pay over $8 million in restitution.  The Court also ordered the forfeiture of over $1 million that was seized by federal law enforcement. Show More Summary

Is This the Most Beige House on the Planet?

At a certain point, you have to admire the commitment of this $4 million Paradise Valley, Arizona mansion in terms of picking a theme and sticking to it. And while we're not sure where it stands if the measurement...

Conviction in Massive Mortgage File Theft

Mortgage Fraud Blog. Anika N. Greene, 42, Bronx, New York, was convicted by a federal jury on charges of conspiracy to commit bank and wire fraud, bank fraud, wire fraud, access device fraud and three counts of aggravated identity theft. Show More Summary

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