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  1. Only eight of 14 penthouses remain at SLS Lux in the Brickell neighborhood of Miami. Private elevators open to 1,200 square feet of light-filled, contemporary living space beneath dramatic 12-foot...
  2. Long a symbol of opportunity, now the Statue of Liberty can also celebrate success attained, as you view her from your home overlooking the New York Harbor. A remarkable penthouse has come on the...
  3. Park Lane Ala Moana —a new residential development overlooking the turquoise waters and powdery beaches of Honolulu—went on sale last year with its 217 condominiums ($2.7 million to more than $28...
  4. Originally built in 1938 as the home of CBS, California’s 4.7-acre Columbia Square featured a tapestry of recording studios and theaters that bolstered the Golden Age of Hollywood. The area was...
  5. Despite designing over 1,000 structures (532 of which were built) during his storied career, architect Frank Lloyd Wright never ran low on creative inspiration. Each of his masterpieces—from the...
  6. The late Jerry Weintraub’s estate at Bighorn is now on the market and it is ready for the next movie mogul to move in. Located within the exclusive golf community in Palm Desert, Calif., the...
  7. Known as the queen of Hollywood romance, author Jackie Collins wrote 32 steamy novels during her prolific career, several of which became movies. Colorfully depicting Hollywood scandals and trysts,...
  8. A stone’s throw from Beverly Hills, the 40-story Ten Thousand is a new luxury apartment tower that promises resort-style living. Developed by Crescent Heights real estate, the high-rise tower...
  9. Perhaps the most coveted feature of the new 41-story Pacific Gate luxury condominium complex in San Diego, Calif., is its stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and city skyline. Designed by...
  10. Miami is known for over-the-top homes, but a select few still manage to stand out. Such is the case for Villa Venetian , a Miami Beach property (about $17 million) seemingly suspended over the bay...

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