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$49,000,000 for a San Francisco Penthouse



    Situated atop the St. Regis Hotel in San Francisco, adjacent to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Museum Tower Penthouses recently underwent a five-year design and re-build by acclaimed studio Orlando Diaz-Azcuy Design Associates. Luxurious, yet tastefully understated in design and finish, this six-bedroom, six-bathroom, 20,000 square-foot penthouse offers spectacular city views from its three grand entertaining rooms, all of which are wrapped in 21 foot-high glass walls with an adjacent 2,000 square-foot terrace. An in-home fitness center, library, home theater, spa and wine cellar, along with a private elevator and security detail make this property a true getaway, high above the bustle of downtown San Francisco.


    Open House: New York Giant Peter Gogolak's $5.1 Million House

    [OPEN HOUSE VID] Open House: New York Giant Peter Gogolak's $5.1 Million House
    Kathy Gogolak, the wife of former New York Giant Pete Gogolak, invites us into her Darien, CT home. Built in 1923, the Colonial-style house charmed Kathy and Pete with its traditional Connecticut architecture. Kathy designed the cheery open kitchen with stainless steel counters while the master bedroom features his and her's dressing rooms (the key to a happy marriage according to Kathy). Downstairs, the stonewalled media room provides a secluded spot for her grandkids and husband's friends to hang out and watch football. For more information about this home, please contact broker Chris Merritt of Halstead Property at 203.655.1418 (Published Monday, Sept. 27, 2010)


    Designer Living: How to Separate Your Space

    [OPEN HOUSE VID] Designer Living: Greg Parker
    Interior designer Greg Parker shares tips on how to differentiate areas for work from the rest of your house, showcase family heirlooms and make room for a piano in a small space. (Published Thursday, July 21, 2011)