Another Article on Views
The Seattle Times Pacific Northwest Magazine, this weekend, had a feature on views, On The Up And Up: As expectations and demand rise, so does the price of our views. It featured the usual talk as well as some stats:
Each floor you ascend in a new condominium tower in the central area of the city generally costs the buyer at least $10,000 for the same unit, and more typically $20,000, appraisers say.
Cosmo Blog also picks up the story.
For those of you without a view or about to lose your view you might want to read New York Times column Room to Improve, How can I improve the view from my windows, which look out onto a brick wall? The Room to Improve archives has some other good articles on repairing your modern furniture, choosing a coffee table and installing faux brick.