The Property Brothers Reveal a Secret Feature We’ll All Wish Our Homes Had

“Property Brothers” stars Drew and Jonathan Scott are down to their final challenges in this season of “Brother vs. Brother,” which means it’s crunch time in this Los Angeles renovation battle.

In the latest episode, “The Mystery Judge,” the brothers fix up their guest bedrooms and bathrooms in hopes of impressing the guest judge, who eventually reveals himself to be Orlando Soria from “Build Me Up.”

Jonathan has set aside $400,000 for his bedrooms and bathrooms, while Drew has earmarked $440,000. Though these are big chunks of change, they may not be enough for the high-end designs these brothers are eyeing.


Read on to see how these brothers make their guest suites feel special, and steal some fun ideas you might want to try in your own homes, too.

A painted barrel ceiling can steal the show

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This barrel ceiling is a win for Drew Scott.

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In the kitchen

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Court clears way for Brooks Brothers Canada to be sold to new owner of Forever 21 and Lucky Jeans

An Ontario Superior Court judge has granted an order adding Brooks Brothers Canada Ltd. to its parent company’s U.S. bankruptcy proceedings, paving the way for the sale of the luxury clothing retailer’s Canadian assets.

The order, issued by Justice Glenn Hainey under the cross-border insolvencies section of the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act, allows Brooks Brothers Group Inc. to act as the Canadian retailer’s foreign representative.

It also recognizes the U.S. Bankruptcy Court Chapter 11 restructuring process as the foreign main proceeding and grants a stay against debtors.

The court approval clears the sale of the 202-year-old clothier’s Canadian assets — mainly inventory — to SPARC Group LLC, which purchased Brooks Brothers and its subsidiaries and affiliates for $325 million last month.

SPARC, which stands for Simon Properties Authentic Retail Concepts, is a joint venture between Authentic Brands Group and Simon Property Group.

Together, they’ve also scooped up American denim company

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Court clears way for sale of Brooks Brothers Canada assets to SPARC Group LLC



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TORONTO — An Ontario Superior Court judge has granted an order adding Brooks Brothers Canada Ltd. to its parent company’s U.S. bankruptcy proceedings, paving the way for the sale of the luxury clothing retailer’s Canadian assets. 

The order, issued by Justice Glenn Hainey under the cross-border insolvencies section of the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act, allows Brooks Brothers Group Inc. to act as the Canadian retailer’s foreign representative.

It also recognizes the U.S. Bankruptcy Court Chapter 11 restructuring process as the foreign main proceeding and grants a stay against debtors. 

The court approval clears the sale of the 202-year-old clothier’s Canadian assets — mainly inventory — to SPARC Group LLC, which purchased Brooks Brothers and its subsidiaries and affiliates for $325 million last month.

SPARC, which stands for Simon Properties Authentic Retail Concepts, is a joint venture between Authentic Brands Group and Simon Property Group.

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Toll Brothers’ age-55-plus master-planned community

Anybody wondering whether this is the moment to sell that 40-year-old house they’ve lived in for decades, faces the same question: ‘Where do we go next?’ Today, just north of Parker, you can come to see an appealing answer, one that could have you out of the old place, into a new ranch in a hurry—may be for less money than you’d be making on the resale.

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2012 Caterpillar 236B For Sale (20196249) from Cleveland Brothers [54] in Harrisburg, PA

Cab FOPS SAE J/ISO 3449 APR98 Level I and ISO3449:1992 Level I FOPS Level II SAE J/ISO 3449 APR98 Level II and ISO 3449:1992 Level II (optional) ROPS SAE J1040 MAY94 and ISO 3471:1994 Dimensions Bucket Pin Height – Carry Position 10 in (25 cm) Bucket Pin Height – Maximum Lift 10.20 ft (3 m) Bumper Overhang – Rear Axle 41 in (104 cm) Clearance at Max Lift and Dump 7.90 ft (2 m) Clearance at Maximum Lift and Dump 94 in (239 cm) Ground Clearance 9.30 in (24 cm) Height – Top of Cab 6.90 ft (2 m) Length – With Bucket on Ground 138 in (351 cm) Length – Without Bucket 110 in (279 cm) Length w/o Bucket 9.20 ft (3 m) Length with Bucket 11.60 ft (4 m) Maximum Overall Height 156 in (396 cm) Maximum Reach – With Arms Parallel 53 in (135 cm) Reach –
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