Luxury Real Estate Headlines: Second Week of June 2022 – Sotheby´s International Realty

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

Stuttgart, Germany | Kevin MerzBaden-Württemberg Sotheby’s International Realty

Sustainable brutalist architecture hits new heights at this Stuttgart property, which has a monolithic, angular form.

This brutalist Stuttgart home is all about the angles – The Spaces

Sotheby’s International Realty, Ben Caballero, sweep RealTrends The Thousand rankings – Inman

Rare, $11.5 Million Modernist Marvel Hits Market in East Hampton – Bloomberg

6 peaceful homes beside lakes – The Week

4 Curb Appeal Projects a Southern Real Estate Agent Says You Should Stop Doing – Apartment Therapy

In Bel-Air, a Developer Packages Two Mega-Mansions for $77 Million – Los Angeles Times

Even Deep-Pocketed Buyers Are Starting to Back Away From the U.S. – Wall Street Journal

$3 Million Homes in California – New York Times

Oceanfront Opulence: South Carolina’s Most Expensive Home Is $20M –

Waterfront Duplex Penthouse in Sarasota, Florida, Lists for $13.8 Million – Mansion Global 

The Hunt: She Combed the Converted Industrial Spaces of SoHo and NoHo. – New York Times

Luxury Buyers in California’s Bay Area, the Moment to Negotiate May Have Arrived – Mansion Global

Arizona’s Most Expensive Home for Sale? It Hasn’t Been Built Yet – Wall Street Journal

$430,000 Homes in Delaware, Vermont and North Carolina – New York Times 

Norman Reedus Lists His West Village Town House, a Catskills Floating Farmhouse Is Up for Grabs, and More Real Estate News – Architectural Digest

Beautiful ‘Floating Farmhouse’ in the Catskills Glides onto the Market for Almost $2.9M – Cottages & Gardens

Teaming Up: How Sports And Real Estate Collaborate – Rismedia

For Luxury Buyers in California’s Bay Area, the Moment to Negotiate May Have Finally Arrived – Mansion Global

Hot property: five homes for sale on Mexico’s Pacific coast – Financial Times

Resort-Style River Oaks Mansion with Hollywood History Hits Market at $8.9M – Houston Culture Map

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