Luxury Real Estate Headlines: Third Week in February 2021

Luxury Real Estate Headlines: Third Week in February 2021

Highlights from this week’s top news stories on luxury and global real estate, art, collectibles, and home.

Vail, Colorado | Tye Stockton, LIV Sotheby’s International Realty

 A nearly 12,000-square-foot ski chalet in Vail, Colorado, hit the market this week for $32.95 million, making it one of the top-three most expensive listings in the area, according to the Vail MLS.

$33 Million Mountain Chalet Could Break a Price Record in Vail, Colorado – Mansion Global

Kamala Harris Is Selling Her San Francisco Apartment – Wall Street Journal

A Rare Neutra-Designed Studio Lists for the First Time at $1.6M – Dwell

Fully Renovated Modern Home in Atlanta’s Historic Brookhaven Neighborhood – Mansion Global

Compound of Former JetBlue Chairman Joel Peterson Lands on the Market – Wall Street Journal

Late Bee Gees Singer Robin Gibb’s Former Estate for Sale for $13 Million – People

Demand for Island Properties Is High, With Some Investors Buying Sight Unseen – Mansion Global

What a $92 Million Painting Says About New Art Market Values – Bloomberg

John Steinbeck’s ‘Little Fishing Place’ in Sag Harbor Is on the Market – New York Times

Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s Historic Florida Home Sells for $3 Million – Architectural Digest

This Loft in a Converted Dumbo, Brooklyn, Factory, Offers Classic Features – Mansion Global

Hot property: Cool conversions – Financial Times

Inside JFK’s elegant red-brick townhouse in Georgetown, Washington DC – Homes & Gardens

Destin: Florida’s Under-the-Radar Beach Haven – Mansion Global

On the Market in New York City – New York Times

The wealthy are flocking to the Rocky Mountains, propelling ski-town real estate to new heights – Business Insider

Cape Coral: A Booming Florida Beach Town With a Midwestern Feel – Mansion Global

Diplo Spins Four-Story Beachwood Canyon Perch onto the Market – Los Angeles Times

An Indiana Resort With Room to Explore – Wall Street Journal

Novelist Louis Edwards’s New Orleans home celebrates Creole design – The Spaces

Former NBA Star Amar’e Stoudemire Lists Florida Estate for $3.5 Million – Mansion Global

Here’s Your Chance to Scoop Up a Darling Palm Springs Midcentury – Dwell

Five Reasons Why Your Home Isn’t Selling – Martha Stewart

Hamptons Sellers Should Ride the Buyer Wave Before it Breaks – Mansion Global

Insights Into Sotheby’s International Realty’s 2021 Luxury Outlook Report – Forbes

Daytona Beach, Home to NASCAR and a 23-Mile Stretch of Hard-Packed Sand – Mansion Global

Sandra Bullock’s 2 luxury homes on Tybee Island, Georgia, sold for almost $4.2 million – Business Insider

Dubai Marina Offers Dining and Nightlife Amid Ultramodern Towers – Mansion Global

Sotheby’s Christo Auction, Part 1, Nets $9.8 Million – New York Times

Sotheby’s to Sell Peter Blake-Labeled Macallan to Benefit the Guggenheim – Barron’s

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