I’m back on Curbed because I can’t keep away from that fascinating New York City market.
I don’t know what it is about it, but there’s extra drama or something to Manhattan real estate.
Anyway, Curbed has an interesting post of bad girl as well as bad neighbor, Natasha Lyonne, and her eviction from landlord Michael Rapaport’s.
But as usual, it’s the everyday listings that I find most interesting.
Here’s one. $972,500 will buy you a Murry Hill Condo, 860 sq.ft. Mercy.
That same money could get you a huge McMansion in Nashville, complete with garage large enough for your man cave and Suburban.
(My Chevy salesman told me customers have to drive the larger SUV’s home first to see if they actually fit in their garages before buying). They don’t have to worry about such things in New York.
I guess a lot of this has to do with New Yorkers and the fact they’ll put up with stuff those of us in the burbs can only imagine.
They even make it kind of romantic and we know that from such Woody Allen movies as Manhattan.
Don’t they claim their trash actually smells good?
Lunar Embassy Sells Moon Land
If that’s not wild enough, how about this?
I checked in with Trendhunter Magazine and they’re covering a company that is selling land on the moon now.
Lunar Embassy is selling moon real estate and extraterrestrial business must be good.
I think I read that right.
Dennis Hope of Lunar Embassy is selling moon land for $20 per acre.
Maybe we shouldn’t laugh because he’s sold $9 mil’s worth so far.
Are the deeds valid? Somehow I don’t think a lot of people care.