Real Estate

Belle Meade Plantation is dressed up for the Christmas holiday Courtesy of Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp Everyone loves Nashville for the music, the hot chicken and the vibrant neighborhoods. Students of historic architecture find a lot to love in Music City, too: Nashville is home to a number of house museums well worth the
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View from downtown Evanston Getty Just as their parents flocked to the suburbs, city-loving Millennials are doing the same yet transitioning some areas to “Hipsturbia,” a phrase revealed in the Urban Land Institute’s  (ULI) joint report with PwC, Emerging Trends in Real Estate® 2020. The data comes from interviews and surveys of over “2,200 real
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By Gretchen Brown, Next Avenue Contributor Getty Julie (who prefers to use a pseudonym for this story), 54, wants to get her daughter through college without incurring any student loans for the $30,000 annual tuition. So, she helped fund her daughter’s freshman year by taking out a kind of second mortgage — a home equity
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Rendering of new Andrew Rafacz Gallery at 1749 W. Chicago Avenue in Chicago’s West Town neighborhood. Courtesy of Andrew Rafacz Gallery CHICAGO, Ill. – After 15 years in Chicago’s West Loop neighborhood, internationally acclaimed Andrew Rafacz Gallery is relocating to a new 2,000-square-foot storefront space at 1749 W. Chicago Avenue, an historic building constructed in 1916
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Americans are interested in technologies that make their bathrooms more relaxing, as well as enhancing their homes’ value, according to a new study published by the National Kitchen & Bath Association. Who are these individuals and what’s on their tech wish lists? Digital shower systems are popular with homeowners. Kohler Co Older Adaptors   According to
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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin “The Collages for the Esplanade Apartments” by Chicago-based artist, Assaf Evron. Peter McCullough In conjunction with EXPO CHICAGO and the Chicago Architecture Biennial, Israeli-born, Chicago-based artist Assaf Evron has unveiled The Collages for the Esplanade Apartments, a temporary site-specific work mounted on the facade of an
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This ranch-style home in Ojai, California mixes frontier charm with contemporary design. Douglas Elliman Aside from the boutique hotels and hip art galleries, Ojai, California is virtually Los Angeles’ frontier—chock-full of ranches, horse trails, and arresting heroes ready to claim their stake in town. For its 7,500-plus residents, life here represents a change of pace, a
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Plastic palm trees and doo-wop styling create the character of the Starlux Hotel Morey Family Archives If you love graphic turquoise wallpaper, kidney-shaped coffee tables, lava lamps and plastic palm trees, then you must spend at least one night at the Starlux. Part of the Morey’s Piers complex, which is celebrating its 50thanniversary, the boutique
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Brownstones in Manhattan’s West Village. Getty When you think of a star-studded neighborhood, the quiet, low-rise neighborhood of the West Village is not what may come to mind. The quaint neighborhood on the Hudson River in lower Manhattan, however, is chock-full of A-listers who enjoy both anonymity and luxury in its maze of streets. Though
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