Taylor named features editor at WSJ
Residential real estate reporter Candace Taylor has been named a features editor at The Wall Street Journal.
She joined the paper in 2013.
Taylor joined the paper from The Real Deal, where she was deputy managing editor. Before that, she was a senior reporter for several years, routinely breaking news and landing scoops on big real-estate deals, as well as writing in-depth feature and investigative stories, including a look at the behind-the-scenes tumult at a new condo building and a special series on real-estate crime and corruption.
At the Journal, she was the lead reporter on the Private Properties column.
She also worked at the New York Sun and the New Haven Register. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Amherst College and a master’s degree from Columbia University.