Perhaps you, a non-tech-savvy regular moron, have walked past a “WeWork” location in your city and wondered to yourself, “What the hell is so special about this stupid office space company? Turns out you were right!
Last night, the WWE held its first ever “House of Horrors match.” It did not go over well.
You can rent yourself a perfectly spacious one bedroom apartment in Brooklyn or Queens for well under $2,000. Or not!
Dan Gilbert’s cronies are lobbying for a slate of bills that would allow Michigan developers to capture state sales taxes and income taxes to help finance their massive redevelopment projects. The bills would pave the way for Gilbert’s proposed redevelopment of the demolished J.L. Hudson’s Store in the heart of…
As far as I know, there are only two things all New Yorkers truly love: 1) Wu-Tang Clan, and 2) complaining about the city’s famously impossible real estate. Neither of these things are especially new or novel, but will that discourage the New York Times from writing about the inherent disconnect between TV apartments…
Terrible news my friends: They have built so many new apartments in beautiful Brooklyn that rents might not go up as fast as they usually did. Uh oh, darn it, shoot!
This week the Tampa Bay Times published a bonkers story that is so exceptionally Floridian that I have to share it with you all. It features partying, foreclosures, drugs, The Undertaker, racketeering, and a cosmetic surgeon, among other things.
This piece in Toronto Life, written by a (purported) high-spending, globe-trotting 31-year-old pharmacist who lives with his parents, is so plainly framed to bait haters that it seems a shame to even go at it. There’s actually something bubbling under the surface of this piece, which I’ll get to, but it’s hard to…
The owners of the New York Mets are no strangers to financial calamity. After losing $550 million in Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi scheme and paying out $80 million to settle a lawsuit claiming they were in on the scheme, Fred and Jeff Wilpon managed to keep their team by taking out loans and slashing payroll.
Selling a home can be hard. It should be very easy for this awesome grandma, though, because she listed her house with some amazing, adorable pictures.
Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain's Alabama home burned to the ground last night, and investigators would love to find out more about a car seen speeding from the scene.
You know, $54.5 million just doesn't go as far as it once did. Tiger Woods, who scraped together enough dough to get a mortgage at that price in Jupiter Island, Fla., two years ago, is already finding that out. We've all been there.
Former Boston College and NFL quarterback/folk hero Doug Flutie and his wife just put their Natick, Mass., estate on the market for $1.7 million. The house was built in 1995, and hoo boy does its age show.
It's good to be a wildly successful head coach of athletes who don't get paid. Nick Saban will make $5.6 million in base salary this year, so it's time to trade up from his North Georgia vacation home. Because sometimes, an $11 million house with a freaking lighthouse isn't swank enough.
Above, Tom Brady's new $20 million California home, which, besides being sunken into what looks like an un-traversable valley, also has a moat—literally, a moat. You can't really see it from the above angle because the massive house is blocking our view, but here's another view, where you can the moat that Tom Brady…
Time for your weekly edition of the Deadspin Funbag. Got something on your mind? Email the Funbag. Today, we're covering invisible football players, fireplaces, speeding, and more.
The new season of 30 for 30 kicks off tonight with Broke, a look at pro athletes' penchants for burning through their fortunes. One of them is Curt Schilling, whose video game company not only went bankrupt, but blew tens of millions of dollars worth of shady taxpayer-funded loans. So it's maybe coincidence, maybe…
Are you a Times reader? Are you in the market for "A Magnificent Lakefront Estate Home in Prestigious 'Lake Butler Sound,' Windermere, Florida"? Do you have a Warren Sapp fetish that you haven't told anyone about? Well then you're already probably pretty excited! This was on page B7 of the Times today.
Ah, Park Slope: where diligently hip mothers push extravagant strollers into studiously low-key coffee shops, where you're nobody if you don't get your kale at the most organic of the four farmer's markets on your block, where you retire at 45 after your loosely-defined art collective produces no art in twenty years,…