Author: Gabrielle Ambrose

With certified LEED platinum status, this cool San Fran spread is stylishly doing its part to help the planet.

With 22,000-square-feet of living space and private amenities like a pool and running track, this really is a mansion in the sky.

Robert A.M. Stern Architects, Robert Couturier, and Christopher Peacock are all working on this luxury condominium destined to be iconic.

At first glance, this home looks like any other drool-worthy Hidden Hills property, but as sci-fi fans know, things aren't always what they seem.

Designed to have a seamless connection to the Hamptons landscape, this modern manse lets the great outdoors shine.

Charles Wright House is close to town and reasonably priced, making it a must-see for any history-loving, Connecticut house hunters.

Last for sale when the Beatles were releasing their world-famous bops, this Kenilworth Building abode is a true gem.

The penthouse offers the opportunity to bathe in the radiant cityscape, overlooking the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building.

The Oscar-winning actor lends his voice to narrate the listing video of the stunning compound, S’Estaca which he's owned since 1989.

Architecture firm IBI Group spearheaded the project to form an attractive and environmentally-friendly property.

The landmark dates back to 1930 and has been a fixture in Manhattan’s skyline since it’s conception.