The exceptionally glamorous Upper East Side home of the late, great Joan Rivers is on the market. The 5,100-square-foot penthouse is located in the heart of Manhattan, between Madison and Fifth avenues, just a few minutes' walk from Central Park.
Ever wonder why celebrities are all clustered together in the same neighborhoods? It's for several reasons, but mainly it's because those 'hoods are prime real estate -- and they were even before the celebs moved in.
The gated celebrity compound, built in 1948, is perfect for anyone looking for some privacy; the house is situated on almost two acres of land down a long private driveway, with nothing behind it but a beautiful view of the Los Angeles city skyline.
Are stars just like us? It doesn't feel that way when gazing at some celebrity's multimillion-dollar estate through the window of a star-map tour bus.
For Father's Day, we're taking a peek at the man caves of famous athletes who are also fathers. When you're a sports star and a dad, a man cave is a must-have.
The houses still stand, but one is noteworthy for a completely different reason.
This week brought the news that legendary radio personality Casey Kasem and his wife Jean Kasem were putting their Holmby Hills mansion on the market for a cool $42 million. Sure, it's pricey, but here are 40 reasons to buy it...
After Seaside Heights, Miami and Italy, I thought I had seen it all. But, then along came the home on Snooki & JWOWW. It feels like the Bronx Zoo threw up on a Forever 21.
Recently I was asked to revamp the NYC apartment of reality show darlings Ashley Herbert and JP Rosenbaum of The Bachelorette.
What do we make of the fact that the home belonging to actress Beverly Garland sold in just 11 days for $100,000 more than its $1,765,000 asking price?