Highlights from this week’s top news stories on luxury and global real estate, art, collectibles and home.
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“An 18-room Lake Shore Drive residence that was owned by two generations of Wrigleys is on the market for the first time in more than 30 years.”
Lake Shore Drive Co-op Built for Wrigleys to List for $13.5 Million – Crain’s Chicago Business
Opulent D.C. Condominium Caters to Wealthy and Well-known – Washington Post
Homes to Steal Your Heart: Five of the Best Romantic Retreats – Financial Times
Central Park West Co-op Sold for $35.3 Million – The New York Times
A Queen Anne House in New Jersey Asks $6.995 Million – Wall Street Journal
7 Classic Stone Houses – The Week
Five Things Foreign Buyers Should Know About Buying in the U.S. – Mansion Global
Hawke’s Bay Million-dollar Property Market Grows – Stuff.co.nz
Trend Forecast: 6 Fresh Home Decor Themes for 2016 – Elle Decor
Freud’s “Pregnant Girl” Portrait Sells for £16m at Auction – Blouin ArtInfo
The Period Room as Reconstruction Site – The New York Times
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