The headline says "Manhattan apartment prices skyrocket 20%" and goes on to say that "The sale price for Manhattan apartments has skyrocketed 20 percent this year, a market report has found.
Manhattan home buyers paid an average $1.69 million in the second quarter of 2014, compared with $1.41 million for the second quarter of 2013, says the report from realty giant Corcoran.
Then, to top it off, this picture is shown:
You can own this corner unit for $9.5 million.
For $9.5 million, don't you think they could have hired an interior designer. I mean, the bed is on the wrong wall, the bed design looks like a spider web, and the lamps and tables are too small add nothing to the appearance of the room.