Indian Lake Golf Club, whose course was the first designed by Arnold Palmer in 1967, is on the market. Offers start at $1.4 million.
For his first rehab, engineer Adam Bird turned a 3,200-square-foot former church into two modern apartments.
JPMorgan Chase is accused of discriminating against minority borrowers by charging them higher rates and fees on home mortgages.
For a decade, the Sustainable Furnishings Council has been making furniture makers and consumers aware of planet-friendly products.
Tom Buckelew, a former biology professor, crafts his own reproductions of 18th- and 19th-century cabinets and other items.
Wendy Cevola has become a sought-after tiki mug crafter while her husband, Dan, turns their home into a paean to Polynesian style.
The 110-year-old house at 117 Ivy St. has many architectural features, including 9-foot ceilings, decorative fireplaces and tall windows.
Billionaire and part owner of the Steelers purchases a 157-acre farm in Washington County with plans to create a dairy and organic farm.
Jan. 29 is the entry deadline for the PG’s Renovation Inspiration Contest, which honors renovations of houses and commercial buildings.
An architect’s purchase of the two-story Colonial Building on Ross Street allows him to walk to work and rent first-floor space to a tenant.
At the Fall Furniture Market, designers revealed their favorite takes on the classic combination of black and white.
Other than those at the top of the price range, houses in Pittsburgh sold for close to their asking prices.
Consumer advocates criticize rent-to-own arrangements as lacking the legal protections of either renting or ownership.
Tammy Hankowsky-Williams is on her way to owning her own home for the first time in 10 years.