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Tilton Fenwick Fabrics; HGTV's New Real Estate Show; More!

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NYC—Shax Riegler has been promoted from articles editor to executive editor of House Beautiful. The position is newly created. [CurbedWire Inbox]

BOSTON—Two parking spaces in Boston's tony Back Bay neighborhood have sold at auction for $560K, an astounding figure considering bids started at $42K. Curbed Boston notes that the median sales price for a Boston home hovers around $400K. [Curbed Boston]

EVERYWHERE—Suysel DePedro Cunningham and Anne Maxwell-Foster of the Manhattan-based interior design firm Tilton Fenwick will release their first-ever line of fabrics through Duralee in Jan. 2014. See Tilton Fenwick's work on Curbed and, more recently, Maxwell-Foster's Brooklyn apartment featured in the Times. [Editor at Large; previously]

ON TV—Premiering July 23 on HGTV: Power Broker, "a new series focused on how buyers can maximize their budgets and secure the best possible deal on a home." To answer an obvious question, the power broker is agent Mike Aubrey, "one of the best negotiators in the business," who will "work to save clients' cash by driving a hard bargain, navigating the real estate market, and landing buyers a new home they never thought they could afford." [CurbedWire Inbox]