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June 19, 2007

Real Estate for the Future

Waterfront_property Philip Greenspun on the inefficiency of the NYC real estate market

Experience the majestic serenity of full Ocean View Property for generations to come…Lo'ihi Development Co. is to start selling lots in Hawaii with spectacular 360º ocean views for the introductory price of $36.05. The catch: these prime real estates are still submerged more than 3,000 feet below sea level and won't surface for another 10,000 years. That is, if the submerged volcanic island will actually break the surface. (From Pruned). More about the Man Who Sells the Moon

Constructing the top floors of a 57-story tower

Housing maps, a mashup application which combines Google maps with craigslist housing data to show where houses are for sale

Trulia Hindsight is an animated map of homes in the United States from Trulia. The animations use the year the properties were built to show the growth of streets, neighborhoods and cities in the US over time

Breaking news tonight! The Moon is occulting Venus as reflected in these 18 national flags

A Huge Depository of Unusual Real Estate Stories Here

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HI HANAN
Have you ever seen R. Crumbs "Short History of America"?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ym5n-ZZWUs

More pics of NZ at Infomiorium...

Posted by: Mr. Natural at Jun 20, 2007 8:42:36 AM

Here are the pre-YouTube panels -

http://growabrain.typepad.com/growabrain/2004/12/bill_plymptons_.html

Thank you, Joe. See you in EnZed

Posted by: Hanan L at Jun 20, 2007 9:13:47 AM

My husband and I are saving money for a real estate in Hawaii for a long time but we are deffinitely not going to buy a submerged one.

Posted by: Monica Nickoles at Jul 5, 2007 1:34:06 AM