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Real Estate News: Tots Invade Luxury Hotels

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Real Estate News: Tots Invade Luxury Hotels - luxury hotels - Los Angeles


House of the Day: This 5,500-square-foot home on a hill in Los Angeles was completely remodeled to reflect the owner’s flair for rustic, modern and Moroccan styles.



Here is a look at real-estate news in Thursday’s WSJ:

Tots Invade Luxury Hotels: Luxury hotels are boosting efforts to cater to their littlest guests.

Smaller Hampton Buys: Home sales rose sharply in the Hamptons this spring to the highest levels in years, but the increase didn’t include the huge estates and oceanfront mansions favored by the very rich.

NYU’s Expansion Gets Nod: The New York City Council voted overwhelmingly on Wednesday to approve New York University’s revised expansion plan, supporting a scaled-back measure accepted by the school in a deal with Council Member Margaret Chin earlier this month.

The Going Rate: Lawn Mowing: Depending on where you live, a typical lawn trim will set you back anywhere from $35, in Portland, Ore., to $67.50, in New Milford, Conn.

House of the Day: This 5,500-square-foot home on a hill in Los Angeles was completely remodeled to reflect the owner’s flair for rustic, modern and Moroccan styles.


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