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Gentrification of waterfront now means artisanal coffee at $18 a cup
New developments are springing up in South of Market and South Beach areas
The tech sector is expanding rapidly and contributing to a historic property shortage
How much prime residential property could you buy in the world’s priciest cities?
Five years after Hurricane Sandy, plush new homes dot the state’s coastline. But is it safe to build in storm-prone areas?
Programme shows the unintended consequences of badly drafted government rules
Property inflation is pulling up the housing ladder for younger residents
A stretch of the Potomac is being redeveloped into a $2.5bn leisure and residential complex
Housebuyers are attracted to a spate of new builds on large lots
Oregon city is luring young professionals to its cluster of tech and sports apparel giants
Hamlet offers Long Island beaches and more value for money than its glamorous neighbours
A weak currency, spectacular scenery — and Trump — are boosting the island’s appeal
The area is a popular ‘decompression’ spot for those burnt-out by festivals or Silicon Valley
Can the capital’s housing market shrug off Trump’s protectionist rhetoric?
Manhattan’s high-end glut means developers have to be more realistic on pricing
New Mexico town offers adventurous sports alongside adobe architecture
The scarcity of undeveloped coastline plots has sent prices rising sharply
As California’s tech empires grow, the gap between the haves and have-nots is widening
With a glut of unsold high-end homes, does Manhattan need another residential building boom?
The area known as Jacksonville’s Malibu can offer country clubs, gated communities and golf courses
US tech companies revive the 19th-century concept of providing homes and amenities for workers
Mega-mansions in the upmarket area of Los Angeles are certainly opulent, but are the prices realistic in any way?
The area is a super-rich haven but prices for some trophy homes are being slashed in a bid to attract buyers
High-end apartments lure buyers in search of walkable neighbourhoods
Investor has lent money to a troubled mortgage lender but real estate worries persist