WSJ.com: Real Estate
Tunnel Vision at an Oceanfront Estate in Florida
The owner of this home built a tunnel to the beach and parking for his antique car collection
Leafy Luxury Homes
High-end buyers will pay a premium for new homes landscaped with mature trees?even if they have to transplant them from hundreds of miles away.
Soft New-Home Sales Weigh on Recovery
New-home sales are soft despite historically low interest rates and a healing labor market, weighing on the U.S. economic recovery.
A National Park in Your Backyard
Three homes for sale near national parks in New Mexico, Oregon and Maine
New York Office Towers Pop Up Despite Sluggish Market
Developers are planning new Manhattan office buildings at the fastest rate in two decades despite sluggish demand for space, a gamble that tenants will favor gleaming new skyscrapers.
Back to Life on the Waterfront in Clason Point
A far cry from the illegal garbage dump that it once was, the mouth of the Bronx River adjacent to Soundview Park in Clason Point is now home to herons and egrets after a complete ecological overhaul that was decades in the making.
Developer to Pay Over $800 Million for Site Near High Line
Ziel Feldman, the founder and chairman of HFZ Capital Group, signed a contract to pay more than $800 million for a full city block along High Line Park in West Chelsea.
A Simple, Stunning Christmas Centerpiece
Forget hunks of holly?instead, warm up your home for the holiday season using velvety red roses and flame lilies in simple, striking arrangements.
Helping Your Children Deck the Halls
From bauble-painting to paper chains, children love to show their creative flair?and as any parent will attest, the secret to a successful holiday party often lies in keeping young ones occupied.
In Kansas City, It's the Rise of the Underground
It is easy to underestimate the size of the Kansas City, Mo., industrial real-estate market. That?s because a big chunk of it is hidden from sight?and located underground.
Fannie, Freddie Give Some Relief to Foreclosed Homeowners
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will allow homeowners now in foreclosure to buy back their properties at market value, a reversal of previous policy that had prohibited such transactions.
MLB's David Wells Lists Two in San Diego
Asking about $16 million together, both homes are in the Rancho Santa Fe area
Caribbean Pirate Estate Heads to Auction
Called Villa Whydah, after an 18th-century pirate ship that sank near the owner?s childhood home in Cape Cod, the West Indian-style, seven-building compound sits on almost 4 acres in a gated community
Maira Kalman's Bohemian Bliss Above a Bakery
The illustrator and writer recalls her artist husband, Tibor, and their first Greenwich Village apartment
New York Penthouse Sells for $40.73 Million
In the Walker Tower building, the unit is over 6,500 square feet with five bedrooms and 5½-bathrooms
Your $60K-a-Day Chalet
After a day of skiing, visitors to the ritzy French hamlet of Courchevel 1850 can retire to their ?super chalets? to enjoy a rubdown, gourmet meal and a movie in their underground theater.
Should You Refinance Into a Bigger Mortgage?
New data show more homeowners are taking such cash-out loans, including for renovations, but there are risks.
A Lamp Less Ordinary
Custom shades made from designer fabrics ensure that your light never fades into the background.
A Jumbo Challenge for Retirees
Because of income requirements, retirees may have trouble qualifying for a jumbo mortgage. Advance planning can avert these issues.
Le Grande Bunk Bed
With queen-sized mattresses, curtains and built-in televisions, more bunk rooms are fit for the most demanding houseguest
Mortgage Lending Falls
New figures released by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York show mortgage lending is running at its lowest level in 13 years, with 2014 on pace to be the weakest for new loans since 2000.
Rebirth for Harlem Renaissance Site
A plan to tear down the Renaissance Casino and Ballroom and turn it into a luxury apartment building could help complete the transformation of a pocket of northern Harlem that has lagged behind the rapid redevelopment of the surrounding area.
Deal to Buy Revel Casino at Risk
Built at a cost of $2.4 billion, Revel made its boardwalk debut in 2012, but failed to turn a profit, filing its second Chapter 11 case in June.
Simon Property Seeks to Boost Stake in Macerich
Simon Property Group may seek to boost its stake in mall rival Macerich Co., a move that analysts said could trigger a takeover attempt.