Luxury Outlook 2022
An ambitious exploration into high-end residential markets across the globe.
Highlights from this week’s top news stories on luxury and global real estate, art, collectibles, and home.
Shelter Island Town, New York | Lawrence Ingolia & Jonathan Smith of Sotheby’s International Realty – Southampton Brokerage
Unfortunately, you can’t live inside a Picasso. But you can nestle into a Frank Lloyd Wright or a Kengo Kuma. Homes designed by iconic architects are rare, and ownership is a luxury that few can afford.
7 Homes Designed by Major Architects Just Hit the Market | Architectural Digest
In Washington, D.C., a Penthouse at the Ritz-Carlton Asks $18 Million – The Wall Street Journal
A Lodge-like Home Along an Atlanta River – The Wall Street Journal
House Hunting in Estonia: A 19th Century Manor with Modern Style – The New York Times
A Modern Three-Level House in the Heart of the Hamptons – Mansion Global
So You Want to Buy a House in 2021? Here Are 6 Things to Know First – Apartment Therapy
Atop Moscow’s Federation Tower, a Three-Story Penthouse – Mansion Global
A 20-Acre Santa Barbara Estate – The Wall Street Journal
Nate Berkus-Renovated Townhouse Asks $3.2M in Chicago – Cottages & Gardens
$3.5 Million Homes in California – The New York Times
Semisonic’s Dan Wilson Aims for Closing Time in Sherman Oaks – The Los Angeles Times
Mike D is Cleaning Out the Family Attic – The New York Times
$2 Million for T-Shirts? How Supreme and Nike Cracked the Auction Market – The Wall Street Journal