Highlights from this week’s top news stories on luxury and global real estate, art, collectibles, and home.
This luxury skyscraper designed by the late architect Zaha Hadid rises to more than 60 storys and its 83 half- and full-floor residences include duplex town and penthouses with access to a multi-media theatre, a sun and swim terrace and Miami’s first rooftop helipad on a private residential tower.
Houses for sale with helipads and landing strips – Money Week
A Former Football Pro’s Jacksonville Home – Wall Street Journal
Fifth Avenue Triplex Owned by Nasser Family Asks $52 Million – Wall Street Journal
Celebrity Home Builder Lists a Hollywood Hills Spec Home for $28 Million – Architectural Digest
Hot property: city skylines – Financial Times
The most significant action a seller can take? Staging. – Washington Post
Technology is proliferating in home sales. Does it work? – San Francisco Chronicle
Why it’s best to keep renovations simple when selling your home – Los Angeles Times
Real Estate Roundup: All The Pretty Horse Farms, Part 3 – Cowboys & Indians
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