The massive Manhattan mansion seen in Wes Anderson’s 2001 film “The Royal Tenenbaums” is now available to rent. But you’ll need the financials of a Tenenbaum to afford it; the 6,000-square-foot home is asking $20,000 a month, according to Curbed. Anderson rented the circa-1899 home at 339 Convent Avenue for six months to shoot the Oscar-nominated film, and both the exteriors and interiors appear in the movie. The director used rooms in the home’s distinctive
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The Hong Kong government auctioned a parcel of land in Causeway Bay this week for the first time since 1997, and it sold for much more than expected. Hysan Development Co. and Chinachem Group paid the equivalent of $2.5 billion for the 159,330-square-foot property, according to Bloomberg. Midland IC&I most recently valued the property on Caroline Hill Road at around $1.9 billion. The land would yield about 1.1 million square feet of buildable space. The
A 3,200-acre expanse in the hills of Santa Barbara County is hitting the market for $75 million. The property comes shovel-ready with plans for an 8,000-square-foot mansion designed by prolific Southern California architect Paul McLean, according to the Wall Street Journal. It also has permits for guest houses. It’s the second property of its kind to list in the area this week. The first was the 3,600-acre Black Mountain Ranch in nearby Ojai, home to
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