Category: Sell Home

Home sells for $1.2 million in Charlotte, North Carolina

House on 4800 block of Cambridge Crescent Drive

Home on 4800 block of Cambridge Crescent Drive

A home inbuilt 2000 situated within the 4800 block of Cambridge Crescent Drive in Charlotte has new homeowners. The 4,050-square-foot property was offered on Nov. 15, 2022 for $1,150,000,

The Mythology of the Coffin Nook

It’s maybe comprehensible that the time period coffin nook has continued as a little bit of previous home lore. “Stair area of interest” would not fairly have the identical zing. A recess discovered on the flip of a decent staircase

Fort Greene Grocery Retailer Greene Grape Provisions Reopens After Vacate Order

Longtime Fort Greene grocery staple Greene Grape Provisions reopened Thursday, December 1, prompting congratulations and sighs of reduction on Instagram. The boutique grocer had unexpectedly closed in August after uncovering a structural problem with the constructing at 767 Fulton Avenue

See winning numbers for $1 billon jackpot

A Powerball ticket sold in California won the estimated $1 billion jackpot Wednesday. If the winner chooses the cash option, they will take home more than $516.8 million.

The jackpot has reset to an estimated $20 million, with a cash

Brooklyn Listings Six Months Later: Two Sold, One in Contract, One Still Available

This week, a look back at four of our featured listings from six months ago focused on homes in Sunset Park, Clinton Hill, Ditmas Park, and Cobble Hill. How did they fare?

In Sunset Park, this 1927 Finnish Co-op with

CAA in Advanced Talks to Sell Majority Stake to French Billionaire Francois-Henri Pinault (Report)

Hollywood talent agency CAA is in advanced talks to sell a majority stake to Francois-Henri Pinault, the French billionaire behind luxury and fashion empire Kering, according to a report in Bloomberg.

The deal would value CAA, which was founded in

Major Adams floats a legal challenge if the Council overrides his veto and passes housing voucher bills

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Major Eric Adams (center), Department of Social Services Commissioner Molly Wasow Park (left) and Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services Anne Williams-Isom (right).

Credit: Ed Reed/Major Photography Office.

7 Republican AGs write to Target, say Pride month campaigns could violate their state’s child protection laws

Republican attorneys general from seven states signed a letter Wednesday to Target, warning that clothes and merchandise sold as part of the retail giant’s Pride month campaigns could violate their state’s child protection laws.GOP attorneys general from Indiana, Arkansas, Idaho, …

Brooklyn Listings Six Months Later: Three Sold

This week, a look back at four of our featured listings from six months ago focused on homes in Brooklyn Heights, Sunset Park, and Park Slope. How did they fare?

A one-bedroom in a notable Brooklyn Heights Queen Anne townhouse

George Michael needed Andrew Ridgeley

When Wham! performed live for the very last time at Wembley Stadium on June 28 1986, they achieved the impossible. Not because they could have sold the 72,000 tickets several times over following the unprecedented demand, not even because the