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Price Fix: The Gut-Renovated Tribeca Loft

Homeowner Iris bought two apartments at a real estate auction in 1992 and spent roughly $500,000 to turn the two units into a contemporary, 2,500-square-foot loft. She thinks her residence is worth $4 million in a "perfect world," but wonders what's the right price for the current market. Real estate mogul Barbara Corcoran weighs in with her advice.

Designer Living: Julia Edelmann

Although Julia Edelmann's home is a historic Victorian gem, the Chicago-based interior designer infused the space with quirky combinations that provide playful comfort. Go bold with oversized objects, mix styles and colors of seating at a dinner table for a casual vibe or turn a china cabinet into a artful display for monochromatic pieces.
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Real estate mogul Barbara Corcoran weighs in on what a gut-renovated Tribeca apartment purchased in 1992 might be worth in the current market (Watch below). Next, escape to an architectural gem in Beverly Hills. This contemporary five-bedroom residence has unbeatable city and ocean views (Watch here). Later, Chicago-based interior designer Julia Edelmann takes us into her historic Victorian home, where she has decorated with quirky, sophisticated combinations to provide playful comfort (Watch below). When it's time to party, we head to music producer Corey Rooney's grand home in Old Brookville, NY. Complete with a studio, home theater and entertainment floor, this bachelor pad is all about fun (Watch below). Finally, George rescues a New Jersey family from their lackluster laundry room (Watch here).

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