“Climate Gentrification” Could Reshape Real Estate [CBS News] Wait, so are future hipsters going to build up huge villages on stilts above the waterline and then get priced out of them?
Tenants In the District Paid $14 Billion In Rent In 2017 [Curbed DC] “Fourteen billion dollars, flushed down the toilet!” – My mom.
London’s Most Elite Streets [Wall Street Journal] Is the nicest street in London the nicest street in the world? I can’t think of any real competitors. Manhattan might have some pricier stretches, but even the swankest block of Manhattan still has like three CVSes and two panhandling crustpunks.
Living In a Tiny House In the Woods Might Be the Best Cure for Modern Life [Washington Post] I spend about a week each year out in the middle of the woods in a cabin, and it does improve my mood, mostly because when I get back to the city I’m so incredibly relieved that I don’t live in a cabin in the middle of the woods.
This Restaurant’s Menu Was Inspired By Its Architecture [The Atlantic] Now that I think about it, doesn’t Taco Bell kind of taste the way that a Taco Bell looks? (Just typing that sentence made me nauseous.)
Someone Just Bought Greta Garbo’s Manhattan Home for $2.5 Million Over Ask [Curbed NY] “Kinda creepy” – Greta Garbo’s ghost.