As the Times reported yesterday, Jonathan Safran Foer and his novelist wife Nicole Krauss are moving in order to give their listless dog (pictured left) some space. This means that for $3.25 million, or just 75% more than Foer and Krauss paid in 2003, you can buy a piece of literary history in Park Slope. Of course, the mojo on 2nd St. may not be what you're looking for, considering the reviews of Foer's second book. But cheeky Corcoran was sure to note in its listing that the place has the "ultimate qualities of great LIGHT & SPACIOUSNESS," which suggests to us that they're still hoping to capitalize on JSF's first book.
· Listing: 2nd Street [Corcoran]
· The Co-op Above, The Earth Below [NY Times]