Curves Ahead

This post was originally published on sothebysrealty.com.   For designer LaQuan Smith the past two years have been all about growth, opportunity, and dreams coming true. Which is something for a guy who—just over 10 years ago—was giving away his leggings on the street. Back then, the eager 20-year-old Queens native roamed the Meatpacking District, SoHo,…

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Significant Sales: May 2022 | Sotheby’s International Realty

This post was originally published on sothebysrealty.com. From a USD $35M sale in Aspen, Colorado to a USD $6.2M sale in Turks and Caicos, these are May 2022’s five highlighted sales represented by the Sotheby’s International Realty global network. Aspen, Colorado Chris Klug & Charley Podolak | Aspen Snowmass Sotheby’s International Realty, $35,000,000 British Columbia,…

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Significant Sales | June 2022

From a captivating oceanfront property in La Jolla to an architect’s dream home in San Diego, here are ten significant sales from the Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty network. Rancho Santa Fe, CA Sold for $6,650,000 | Represented by Eric Iantorno & Kathleen Gelcich  San Diego, CA Sold for $6,600,000 | Represented by Donna Medrea   Newport Beach, CA…

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One Pan Serves All

This post was originally published on sothebysrealty.com. Less is more when it comes to cookware crowding the cabinets and countertop—and pieces should be suitable for multiethnic kitchens. That’s the business model cooking at Our Place, the direct-to-consumer kitchenware company that set out to diversify the average cookware market with items that replace up to eight pots…

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What’s Changed?

ve·loc·i·ty  noun: the speed of something in a given direction.  The speed of the market is no longer moving at an insanity-frenzied pace but it’s still strong!  There are few times when we see a market that is great for both sellers and buyers, but we are in one now!   • Sellers are taking…

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Creole-Style Houses Offer Eclectic Architecture

Classic New Orleans homes have an instantly recognizable style, with their intricate ironwork and grand galleries. But if you’re looking to define what, exactly, counts as Creole architecture, the answers get more complicated. “Creole is a word used in many different countries and cultures around the world,” says Danielle Del Sol, executive director of the…

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