While the idea of a "landlord influencer" might seem strange, it’s a niche that’s existed for decades.
The Super Bowl of shopping may be a week or two away, but discounts are already rolling in from Best Buy, Amazon, Target and more.
Now finished, metro Atlanta’s most environmentally advanced structure aims to be a self-sustaining launchpad for big ideas.
Hunker down by the fire in accommodations that range from hip Instagrammable hostels to ritzy five-star resorts.
Johanna Blocker was homeless before her application was picked for a new affordable apartment complex.
The things we loved this year, on trend or timeless, that we’re eager to give (and receive)
The home bases of movie villains are striking—unusual pieces or architecture designed for unusual characters.
The bill would fund energy retrofits of public housing and workforce development programs for residents.
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Turkel Design’s Axiom Desert House is part research project, part livable home.
"If we’ve legalized it but are only letting a select group benefit from it, we’re falling short."
The architects transformed a crumbling barn into a magazine-ready home.
WEYES studio designed "the house in the forest" as a series of interconnected volumes.
In this family vacation home, a series of gable roofed forms allow each generation its own small slice of privacy.
As our suburbs become more like cities, they have one foot in the past and one in the future.
The Healthcare Anchor Network believes better housing is a great investment in health and community wellness.
Wealthy empty nesters looking to downsize are flocking to high-rises; in an aging nation, it’s only the start.
Early Black Friday deals are rolling in at Best Buy, and we’ve scouted the top sales on cooking tools, home tech, and more.
Nine finds you’ll want to add to your cart right now.
The warm renovation reflects the Hudson Valley home’s history.
The dome homes were built in the 1980s as an experiment in sustainability—today they’re under water.
One of the most expensive properties for sale on the East End in the Hamptons is back on the market with a $6 million price drop.
They’re spaces to heal, mourn, and commemorate the lives of those lost—but can they also change how we deal with the crisis?