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The 72-year-old billionaire inventor of the Dyson vacuum cleaner just set a real-estate record in Singapore — and his new penthouse sits on the ...
Dyson purchased the three-level penthouse months after news broke that his company's headquarters was moving to Singapore from the UK.
Over 4,000 people attended the first preview of One Pearl Bank – here’s what the residences will look like in 2023
Unit prices start from under S$1 million, and more than two-thirds of units will be priced below S$2 million each.
Miami has a surplus of condos thanks to economic forces, climate change, and buyer preferences, reported Candace Taylor for The Wall Street Journal.
Want to live like a crazy rich Asian? We know a nice place you could get.
‘Whisper listings’ are one of the best-kept secrets in NYC luxury real estate — and they give wealthy buyers exclusive access to pen...
The little-known world of "whisper listings" in NYC luxury real estate gives wealthy buyers access to penthouses and homes that aren't listed online.
The luxury real-estate market in Vietnam is heating up — and it’s luring foreign buyers in with ‘sky mansions’ at a fraction o...
An explosion of new luxe developments, fueled by a strong economy and legislation that made it easier for foreigners to buy property, is attracting wealthy international buyers.
5 terms to look for instead of ‘penthouse’ if you’re on the hunt for a luxury apartment with a unique layout, high ceilings, or outd...
The penthouse apartment is not necessarily the best apartment in a building. Keep an eye out for terms such as "sky loft" and "maisonette."
Today, real estate brokers call apartments penthouses if they have unique layouts and fantastic views — even if they're not on the top floor.
An $82 million penthouse in NYC’s tallest residential building finally sold after 2 years on the market — but only after it was split in h...
An $82 million penthouse in NYC sat on the market for 2 years before selling at a $21 million price cut — but only after it was split into two units.
A $68 million Miami penthouse could shatter Florida’s real-estate record, but its building might soon be underwater
The penthouse is in Eighty Seven Park, a building that's at risk of chronic flooding due to extreme sea-level rise.