Real Estate Glamour Stories
August 15th, 2008

Vanity Fair has pulled 14 New York real estate stories fromthe magazine’s archives and posted them on its Web site under the title I’ll Take Manhattan. The articles profile swanky apartments on Central Park, the demise ofBohemia in Greenwich Village, and the transformation of the Meat Packing district. And there is a still timely excerpt from Donald Trumps’ 1987 memoir, in which he blasts wealthy New Yorkers like Mia Farrow, Carly Simon, Alistair Cooke, William Shawn, and then-Mayor Ed Koch for living in rent controlled apartments that he thought should go to more deserving citizens – or at least be rented at market rate by Trump.

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