REAL ESTATE: Lemons to Grapefruit

The prospect was tempting: "After parking her car with thousands of others in the roomy rooftop garage, the young housewife left her baby with a nurse in the playground. Strolling along the broad canopied walks and through the buildings, she stopped to watch the skaters in the rink, glancing now & then at the glittering dance hall, the glass-brick hotel, the handsome bus terminal, the quiet professional building where she could see hospital patients sitting at the windows. The moving sidewalks carried her past some hundred air-conditioned shops. . . ."


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