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The Engel & Völkers News Brief | March 16, 2018

Friday, March 16th, 2018 at 12:00pm Engel & Völkers

E&V News

Six-Bedroom Aspen Getaway With Year-Round Views
Mansion Global
The light-filled house was built in 1980 and updated within the last year.

New Buyers Driving Change in Some of Ottawa’s Most Exclusive Neighbourhoods
The Globe and Mail
Venerable Rockcliffe Park and The Glebe are attracting Ottawa’s new tech titans – and their renovating instincts.

Aspen and Vail: Ski With the VIPs in Colorado for a Fraction of the Price
Homes & Property
Aspen has a reputation for healthy outdoor year-round living, with 34 public parks, four yoga studios and excellent restaurants.

Real Estate – Luxury Memo Special Report
Luxury Daily
Keeping up with modern times is crucial in every industry, but with the ever-growing competition of residential buildings, it is important for real estate companies to stay current with laws, technology and trends.

7 Historic Homes in Savannah, Georgia
The Week
An Episcopal church for 120 years, this preservation award winner holds two modern condos and an unfinished space including the original altar and a 20-foot stained-glass window.

International Luxury Firm Enters Charleston Market Brokering Real Estate 
The Post and Courier
The couple, finding the temperate climate to their liking, also grew excited when the office franchised with Engel & Völkers.

What Does $20 Million Get You On Vashon Island? 
King 5 News
You could have your own lighthouse, a secret door, Michelangelo's marble and more.

Dallas Developer Buys PH at 1 Hotel & Homes
The Real Deal
Buyer sold a condo at the W South Beach in January.


Forget Big-City Living: More Millennials Are Transforming Small-Town America
Everybody knows the deal: Millennials want to be in the biggest cities, in the center of all the trendiness, all the job growth, and, generally speaking, all the action. Right? Well, not so fast.

Developer Pitches Plan for 50,000 Units of Affordable Housing in Toronto, Vancouver 
The Globe and Mail
The federal government is looking at a real estate developer’s proposal to build 50,000 units of affordable housing primarily in Toronto and Vancouver.


Asia Buyers Drove Global Real Estate Investments to Record High in 2017: Study 
The Business Times
Asian buyers were also responsible for 46 per cent of all across-border investments.

Luxury Living

Global Art Market up 12pc After Several Years of Decline 
Luxury Daily 
While the United States retains its position as the largest art market in the world, China has just narrowly overtaken the United Kingdom for second place.


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