If you’ve been paying attention to the luxury industry, you’ve probably noticed some overlap between luxury and technology. In some ways, it’s almost as if the two are becoming synonymous with one another. The relationship has proved to be mutually beneficial, and the bond between these industries is sure to grow even stronger as technology […]
American standards of living have changed drastically in the past decade. Homes fulfill more than just the basic functions. Family structures have changed, as have the way they live and use the home. What hasn’t really evolved is the way we refer to rooms in the home. This makes it challenging when we create listings […]
Another Jack Elkins Palm Beach Luxury Homes exclusive! Mediterranean 5 bedroom Waterfront home with 110 feet on the Intracoastal Waterway. This 6,798 square-foot home highlights high wood-beamed ceilings, stain glass accents and wood floors throughout. Other features include library with fire place, wood paneled office with water views and a theater/media room. French doors lead […]
Mayor Levine’s recent comment about Miami Beach being a tax haven, a “Monaco” if you will, for Wall Street finance types, and thus angering the tech scene when he dissed them in the process, sort of makes sense and then again sort of doesn’t in light of this news: all those Wall Streeters are going […]
Behind a semicircular brick drive and a lawn as manicured as a putting green sits a 30,000-square-foot masterpiece of Italian Renaissance architecture called Casa Nana. John Porter, a real estate associate for Corcoran who oversees some of the largest sales in Palm Beach County, Florida, points out the spiral staircase, built by famed 1920s architect […]
It’s on a typical cold and white-out day like today when you might be saying: Gee, that DuJour Magazine sure has a point. Now, if I could just find that $1.2 billion I misplaced… In the year-old luxury quarterly’s Winter 2013 edition, there is a piece of unabashed Gatsbysque gloss about Palm Beach County, Fla. […]
This 1929 Maurice Fatio-designed home at 801 S. County Road has a tunnel, crawl spaces and a large storage space — not directly accessible from the house — that allowed the home’s owners to enjoy alcohol without detection, according to a number of sources. Courtesy of the Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach.
WASHINGTON – May 15, 2013 – The National Association of Realtors says foreigners – primarily from Canada, China, and Latin America – made $82 billion in U.S. real estate purchases last year. Chinese buyers, in particular, seem to have a hearty appetite for American real estate – especially in California, New York and Florida. Garrett […]