Luxury Real Estate Headlines: Third Week in July 2016

Luxury Real Estate Headlines: Third Week in July 2016

Highlights from this week’s top news stories on luxury and global real estate, art, collectibles and home.

CT art house

$5,500,000 USD | Sharon, Connecticut | William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty

“Printmaker Kenneth Tyler and artist Marabeth Cohen-Tyler designed this house in Sharon, Conn., for their art collection, which includes a 28-foot-long print by Frank Stella. ‘We wanted enough space to hang 150 works of art,’ says Mr. Tyler”

A Colorful Connecticut House Built to Showcase Art – Wall Street Journal

In Baltimore, a Penthouse Packed with Perks – Mansion Global

The Cosmo Girl’s Lair for $19.4 Million – The New York Times

Jamaica Plain Victorian On the Market for First Time in 30 Years – Curbed Boston

The Coolest Eco-Friendly Homes on the Market Right Now – Elle Decor

Apartments for Sale with Three (or More) Floors – Wall Street Journal

Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan – The New York Times

Four Homes that are Fantastic Fits for the New Nest Outdoor Camera – Mansion Global

Montecito Estate of Late Philadelphia Flyers Founder Ed Snider Asks $52 Million – Los Angeles Times

Why New York’s Morningside Heights is Attracting Housebuilders – Financial Times

David Bowie’s Art Collection Set for Exhibition, Auction – Rolling Stone

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