The Wall Street Journal released their newest print and online section today, which is entitled, "Mansion." WSJ managing editor Robert Thomson in a statement that, "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."
The section is all about residential luxury real estate in the US and internationally. The section will include WSJ's Private Properties section, feature a 'Home of the Day,' article, and adds other print and video exclusives, such as Portfolio, "a look inside the real estate portfolio of a well-known person." The first day's articles included "Wealthy Investors Flock to Puerto Rico," "The Inner Rooms of Maya Angelou," "Parking Spot in the Sky," and "Asylum, Interrupted," among others.