The new platform called Uniquely Yours will feature weeklong multimedia experiences of one or more of Douglas Elliman's properties such as The Towers at the Waldorf Astoria and The Residences at the West Hollywood Edition
by Lillian Dickerson | May 28
Agents are starting to market what may have been featured as small offices or hallways in the past as designated Peloton or workout areas with the shift to home exercise during the pandemic
by Lillian Dickerson | May 22
What will be the design impact of coronavirus? Experts weigh in on the features we may see more of
by Marian McPherson | Apr 22
'Curb appeal has never been as important as it is today,' landscape designer and HGTV personality Carson Arthur told Inman
by Veronika Bondarenko | Apr 22
In the past few weeks, demand for air purification systems has jumped in an effort to provide safer work environments for employees. A shift away from open-concept offices may not be far behind
by Lillian Dickerson | Apr 8
The space, which a Dutch couple purchased for a mere one euro, was transformed into a modern home over the course of 18 months with the help of Rotterdam architects Jenny Eklund and Dominique ter Beek
by Lillian Dickerson | Mar 19
Americans are turning to bidets and smart toilets as toilet paper supplies remain low. Here's what you need to know about the trend
by Marian McPherson | Mar 17
The Dublin architects are also the award's first Irish recipients
by Lillian Dickerson | Mar 4
The former Georgetown home of John F. Kennedy was recently renovated by architect Richard Foster and custom builder Tom Glass
by Lillian Dickerson | Mar 2
Twenty-one artists will be awarded $6.75M nearly 7 years after suing developer Gerald Wolkoff for whitewashing their work at graffiti art mecca 5Pointz
by Lillian Dickerson | Feb 21
After a planned implosion of the Affiliated Computer Services building in Dallas, the sturdy core of the building remains, albeit at an awkward angle
by Lillian Dickerson | Feb 18
Modern Granny Flat recently won a prize from the American Institute of Architects for its San Diego garage conversion into an accessory dwelling unit
by Lillian Dickerson | Feb 11
The School of Architecture at Taliesin and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation were unable to reach an agreement to keep the school open
by Lillian Dickerson | Jan 30
The Northern Virginia estate was formerly owned by late AOL co-founder James Kimsey
by Lillian Dickerson | Jan 27
The real estate industry threw some curveballs. Take Inman's real estate news quiz to demonstrate how strong your talking points and cocktail banter are this week
by Inman | Jan 24
Development company Elsey Partners has proposed 2 new apartment buildings in San Francisco's Mission District that seek to provide affordable housing options by way of underground communal living areas in a city that's increasingly pricing out the average person
by Lillian Dickerson | Jan 21