...and on Houston outside the Whole Foods (these seem to be the priciest around here...)
Meanwhile, we await the arrival of the trees outside St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery. But! One development here. The Holiday Hovel is in place.
We hear that this struture will remain after the holidays... hitting the market at $2,950 (no fee). Newly renovated featuring: bleached-plank hardwood floors, recessed lighting, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, cherry wood cabinets, crown and baseboard moldings, with marble bathrooms. Washer & dryer in unit. This hovel has never been lived in!! Hurry!! Won't last!!
Ah! Forgot about the trees outside Rite-Aid on First Avenue at Fifth Street... Thanks to @JorgeO for this photo from last night...
No fee? Unbelievable! Are you getting a kick-back on this EV Grieve?
What? Sorry. The WiFi is really spotty in my suite at the St. Regis.
That sounds like a FABULOUS space! But what luxury hovel would be complete without a retractable balcony? I mean, where are you supposed to put your FABULOUS brunch guests? And your brunch guests WOULD be FABULOUS! Hovels are so IN! (I better quick jump on this before Shaoul/Shalom/Jakobson get a hold of it and slap a penthouse on it!)
x-mas trees really seems like such a terrible waste of trees... i know people like traditions and all... but they are only used for a short time and then they just get end up being thrown away in the streets...
Christmas trees are farmed so their existence relies on consumer demand. If no one wanted Christmas trees, they would not exist. The question is: is the effect of Christmas tree farming negligble or even beneficial? Or is it bad?
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