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  1. 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' Brownstone Listed for $8 Million

    6:26 am 10/31/2014

    The four-story NYC townhouse provided exteriors for the 1961 Audrey Hepburn filmRead more

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  2. Former Paramount and Universal TV Exec Lists La Canada Estate for $11.8 Million

    5:45 pm 10/27/2014

    Kerry McCluggage rebuilt the Irish country-style manor in 2007Read more

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  3. New Beverly Hills Condo 460 Palm Begins Construction (Exclusive)

    3:14 pm 10/22/2014

    The project is developer ETCO Homes’ follow-up to last year’s 432 OakhurstRead more

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  4. Jennifer Lopez Buys $22 Million Manhattan Penthouse

    12:53 pm 10/22/2014

    She’ll be neighbors with Chelsea ClintonRead more

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  5. Why Tech Startups Are Exiting Venice Beach

    9:33 am 10/21/2014

    Omaze and Dollar Shave Club are among the Silicon Beach firms heading inlandRead more

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  6. Why New York Co-Ops Are (Finally) Opening Their Doors to Hollywood Names

    9:32 am 10/21/2014

    Madonna, Mariah Carey and Barbra Streisand were all rejected at one time, but Uma Thurman and Drew Barrymore are among those who were recently approvedRead more

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  7. Inside the Neighborhood Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Call Home

    9:32 am 10/21/2014

    Looking to buy? The Eastside enclaves feature a two-acre estate about to set an area record at $10 millionRead more

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  8. 'Full House' Creator Lists $30M Home: "If You Can't Get Laid in That Bedroom, There's Something Wrong With You"

    6:46 pm 10/16/2014

    Jeff Franklin dishes on the Richard Landry-designed digs and what celebrity he can see moving in.Read more

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  9. Vote Delayed on U2 Guitarist The Edge's Proposed Malibu Mansions

    8:01 pm 10/8/2014

    The music star faces yet another snag in his bid to build five homes along the coastlineRead more

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  10. New York Real Estate: How Conde Nast Could Revitalize Lower NYC

    8:00 am 9/30/2014

    "This has changed the way people think of the financial district," says Douglas Elliman retail group chairman Faith Hope ConsoloRead more

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