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Seagate sells Sonoma model in Isola Bella at Talis Park

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Seagate Development Group announced that its furnished Sonoma model in the Isola Bella neighborhood at Talis Park has sold.  Isola Bella is an exclusive 4.5-acre enclave that features 17 luxury single-family waterfront homesites with spectacular water and golf course views.  The homesites can accommodate custom estate residences from 3,500 to more than 5,000 square feet.  Seagate is offering a full golf membership worth $97,500 with new home purchases and newly constructed custom residences at Isola Bella for a limited time.  Seagate’s furnished Monterey model in Isola Bella is open for viewing and purchase and features an interior created by Theory Design’s Vice President of Design Ruta Menaghlazi.  Private tours of the Monterey model can be scheduled between 10:00 a.m. and 5:00

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PrettyLittleThing’s new bodycon dress, with attached face mask, sells out after English model wears it

Well, if it encourages people to wear masks, why not?

PrettyLittleThing, an online retailer based in Manchester, England, has debuted a new figure-hugging bodycon dress which comes complete with an attached face covering — and it’s already sold out online.

Sales of the long-sleeve dress — the top of which closely resembles a turtleneck with ear straps — were reportedly spurred after English model Lottie Moss, the half-sister of supermodel Kate Moss, was spotted wearing the frock in London, The New York Post reports.

The item has since been restocked at PrettyLittleThing, although the site now notes that it’s again “selling out” as of Wednesday morning.

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“This dress is perfect for those nights with the dolls,” reads a description of the item. “Featuring a black jersey material with long sleeves, a figure-hugging fit and a mask detail. Style this with

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White House gift shop sells ‘Trump defeats Covid’ commemorative coin

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Washington, DC – The White House Gift Shop (WHGS) started selling a “Trump defeats Covid” commemorative coin ahead of President Donald Trump’s return from the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center following his hospitalisation on October 2 after he tested positive for the disease.

Anthony Giannini, chairman of the WHGS, designed the $100 coin as the final one in a series to mark Trump’s first term in office, The Hill news website said in a report.

“When we at WHGS first heard the sad news of President Trump’s positive Covid-19 test, once again we had faith and prayed, yet we knew our president would find a way to knockout Covid-19 in early rounds of this battle,” Giannini said on Monday.

“President Trump, as you know, is a fan of boxing, and the new coin design features

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The White House gift shop sells coins commemorating Donald Trump defeating COVID-19 and winning election

Talk about premature congratulations.

The White House Gift Shop is already selling coins that commemorate US President Donald Trump defeating COVID-19 — and winning the election.

The gift shop was set up in 1950 but is not the official gift shop of the seat of the Whitehouse.

The coin, which is available for pre-order, is called “President Donald J. Trump Defeats COVID” and is the “final commemorative coin for President Trump’s first term”.

Coin designer and series creator Anthony Gianni said its design was “informed by superhero graphic art”.

“Surrounding President Donald J. Trump is a mythos never before seen in a United States president, a mythos not unlike the Epic of Gilgamesh,” he wrote on The White House Gift Shop site.

“Thus I am pleased to announce a new commemorative that vividly shows President Trump’s historic presidential candidacy win, itself, from his descent on the elevator in Trump Tower,

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Jodie Foster Sells Spanish-Style Home in Calabasas, CA, for $2.65M

Jodie Foster has sold her Spanish-style home in the celebrity-heavy city of Calabasas, CA, for $2.65 million. The final sale price was just a touch under the asking price.

Back in May, the listing agent, David Kramer, told Mansion Global that “it’s hard to find such a large-scale living space in a single story.”

“Even though the market is challenging right now,” he said, “we priced the house well, and got a lot of activity.”

The agent added that the home went into contract only two days after listing, for $2.85 million.

The gorgeous single-story estate is located in the gated enclave of The Oaks of Calabasas and offers four bedrooms, five bathrooms, and 4,920 square feet of living space. Foster purchased the residence in 2005 for $2.26 million.

Entering the home, you’re greeted by an appealing outdoor courtyard, which sits at the property’s center. It has a fireplace

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Wawa-anchored shopping center west of Delray sells for $13.25 million

Mike Diamond
 |  Special to The Post

A Wawa-anchored shopping plaza west of Delray Beach that opened just 15 months ago has sold for $13.25 million. The per-square footage price is $515.  

“We had no intention of selling the shopping center, which is fully leased but we got an unsolicited offer that we decided to accept,” said Ross Feurring, a spokesman for Boca Raton-based Banyan Development.

The company is looking to reinvest the proceeds from the sale into another project in Palm Beach County, Feurring said, adding that he expects to be able to make an announcement by February. 

The new owner of the 25,720-square-foot plaza at the southwest corner of State Road 7 and West Atlantic Avenue is 441 Atlantic Realty LLC of Port Jefferson, N.Y.

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As Pandemic Boosts Suburban-Home Demand, Startup Sells a New Ownership Model

Americans feeling trapped at home during the pandemic want more space. The creators of a new startup think they can deliver it with a fresh spin on the timeshare business.

Pacaso, a venture between two Zillow Group Inc. alumni, is using a vacation model to sell ownership in weekend homes.

Similar to a traditional timeshare, Pacaso will give buyers the right to use the house a certain number of weeks a year. But where timeshares typically cluster in holiday hot spots like beach towns or mountain resorts, many of Pacaso’s homes will be located in suburban and other residential neighborhoods.

“This is not just for Napa Valley, Santa Barbara or fancy vacation destinations,” said Spencer Rascoff, Zillow Group’s former chief executive and a Pacaso co-founder. “This is for that lake outside of Detroit, where maybe you’ve had your eye on getting a little lodge.”

A home in Hilton Head, S.C.

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Selena Gomez Sells Studio City Home

Having recently and significantly upgraded to a celeb-pedigreed mansion in Encino, child actor turned multifaceted entertainer and powerhouse social media phenom Selena Gomez — she has 25 million TikTok followers and a breathtaking 194 million followers on Instagram — has taken in $2.368 million on the sale of her former home in the all-but-fully-gentrified San Fernando Valley community of Studio City.

Getting rid the pretty, perfectly maintained property has been a bit of an odyssey for the “Rare” singer, who hosts and executive produces a quarantine cooking show (“Selena + Chef”) on HBO Max, and will executive produce and co-star with comedy legends Steve Martin and Martin Short in the upcoming Hulu comedy “Only Murders In the Building.” The showbiz polymath acquired the expensively updated and comfortably plush Hamptons-inspired bungalow in May of 2017 for almost $2.25 million. The property briefly came for sale over the summer of 2018 with

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