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Carol Burnett Lists Her Los Angeles Condo, Steph Curry’s Former Home Is Coming to the Market, and More Real Estate News

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One area, however, was intentionally left unfinished: a library of old books with the spine removed.

“If a congressman walks in, he can sign one,” MacEwen says.

Events

Architect Bruce Goff celebrated in Tulsa

Goff Fest, a celebration of the life and works of unconventional architect Bruce Goff returns to Tusla, Oklahoma, December 1-4.

Goff’s eccentric and varied designs include the Tulsa Club Hotel, the Riverside Studio, and the Boston Avenue United Methodist Church, a standout on the Tulsa skyline.

Early mentor Frank Lloyd Wright admired his creativity and independent spirit, but Goff, who died in 1982, was also clouded by controversy – from his controversial exit as chair of the architecture department at the University of Oklahoma to the destruction of his masterpiece, Shin’ en Kan, by arsonists in 1996.

Goff Fest includes panel discussions, film screenings, gallery exhibits, tours of Goff buildings and a Beaux Arts-inspired Goff Ball. Tickets go on sale November 1 on Goff-fest.com.

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Where have house prices increased the most?

According to Zillow Home Value Index data, the average home price at the end of September 2022 was $357,810, up nearly 15% from a year ago.

Where are the hottest markets? Using the Zillow Index, a team at Decorative Ceiling Tiles has listed the 10 cities where home prices have risen the most since the coronavirus pandemic began in January 2020.

  • Gilbert, AZ: 68.54%
  • Austin, TX: 69.05%
  • Tampa, Florida: 69.35%
  • Nampa, Idaho: 69.69%
  • Surprise, Arizona: 69.93%
  • Clearwater, Florida: 71.09%
  • Port St. Lucie, Florida: 72.88%
  • St. Petersburg, Florida: 76.92%
  • Round Rock, TX: 80.94%
  • Cape Coral, Florida: 85.96%

Florida is home to 5 of the top 10, which is unsurprising given the massive housing boom and the state’s “open for business” policy during the pandemic.

The report also found urban areas where home prices rose the least: At the bottom were Las Cruces, New Mexico (11.35%); San Francisco (11.27%); Washington, DC (10.47%); Midland, Texas (6.27%) and Odessa, Texas, where the average home price actually fell nearly 2%.

You can see the full ranking here.

Robust sales continue in the New York market

In Manhattan, 30 deals were signed for $4 million and more in the week ending Oct. 23, according to Olshan Realty’s weekly luxury real estate market report. This is the most since May 9, when 39 contracts were signed.

The two main contracts were both for buildings designed by Robert AM Stern: one was a $16.95 million duplex penthouse at 150 East 78th Street and the other a $16 million condo at 400 W 12th Street in the Far West Village.

Total sales for the week topped $211 million, according to the report, which is compiled by New York real estate pro Donna Olshan.