Sports

  • Dan Uggla's Penthouse, Terrace

    The Buckhead penthouse of the Atlanta Braves slugger encompasses the entire top floor of the Terminus building and features the largest private terrace of any condo in the city.   See the Image

  • Dan Uggla's Penthouse, Downtown Views

    The Buckhead penthouse of the Atlanta Braves slugger encompasses the entire top floor of the Terminus building and features the largest private terrace of any condo in the city.   See the Image

  • Dan Uggla's Penthouse, Terrace 2

    The Buckhead penthouse of the Atlanta Braves slugger encompasses the entire top floor of the Terminus building and features the largest private terrace of any condo in the city.   See the Image

  • Courtyard at East Village London

    East Village, LondonIn 2013, the first residents moved into London’s East Village, a new neighborhood centered around the refurbished Olympic Village from the 2012 Summer Games. After the athletes…   Read the Blog

  • Terrell Thomas’ New Jersey Condo

    In case you missed it, we’ve been touring the luxurious homes of NFL players all week on Cool Houses Daily. With Super Bowl Sunday upon us, we’re taking another look at the homes of New York…   Read the Blog

  • Super Bowl Rental: Montclair Victorian

    Super Bowl Sunday is just two days away, but there are still last-minute vacation rentals available for Broncos or Seahawks fans in need of a local crash pad. As you might guess, homeowners across…   Read the Blog

  • Super Bowl Rental: Jersey City Condo

    With the Super Bowl just two days away, here are 7 homes in northern New Jersey that are available for rent to last-minute attendees.   See the Gallery

  • Real Estate Super Bowl: Denver Beats Seattle in Yardage

    In honor of the Super Bowl, ZipRealty, Inc., a prominent residential brokerage firm and real estate site, has released a new study comparing the housing markets in Denver and Seattle, to…   Read the Blog

  • Real Estate Super Bowl: Denver Beats Seattle in Yardage

    ZipRealty compared five housing market metrics to determine who would win a real estate Super Bowl when it comes to yardage, speed, veteran players and more.   See the Gallery

  • Real Estate Super Bowl: Denver Loses to Seattle in Price

    Although there are plenty of pricy homes in the Mile High City like this one listed on ZipRealty for $1.99 million, the median home sale price is $259,000.       See the Image