The Wall Street Journal has launched its new weekly section covering the global luxury real estate market, aptly named ‘Mansion.’
“We all like to think of our home as a mansion, even if it is a humble abode, and we all have the license to aspire, so we have created Mansion to be the home of both aspiration and real estate realization,” said Robert Thomson, editor-in-chief of Dow Jones & Co. and managing editor of the WSJ.
The section, will appear in Journal every Friday in the U.S. and certain content will also appear in the Journal’s Europe and Asia editions. ‘Mansion’ will be led by editor Emily Gitter.
‘Mansion’ will be included with ‘Arena,’ in some U.S. markets, the Friday Journal section with expanded arts-and-culture coverage along with sports.
WSJ.com, the Journal’s online real estate content will also be enhanced, with additional slide shows and video content.
Articles in the new section will include property-focused coverage with industry statistics and a focus on high-end financing, as well as luxury real estate topics.