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Curbed Readers Comment: Hot Threads

1) Apple Looking for an Edge in Williamsburg? (76 Comments)
"You don't open a 4,000-9,000 sq/ft store at 60-100 a/ft in a neighborhood with no foot traffic, and completion dates 3 years away. So they are going to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on a hunch?? Williamsburg is not a destination in any sense, so get over it."
2) Ask Curbed: Are Bachelors in the 'Burbs Hopeless? (75 Comments)
"The question this guy needs to ask himself is whether or not he wants to live in suburbs or in a city. If he's expecting to move back to the suburbs (again) once he marries (again) then he might as well stay in the suburbs and find some kindred suburban soul at his local Olive Garden."
3) Ask Curbed: Are Wealthy Neighbors Boring? (58 Comments)
"wealthy people don't want to get too friendly for fear of having you ask them over for a dinner party or whatever. They just don't want to be bothered. and yes wealthier people do tend to be more boring."
4) Harlem 'Losing Its Identity' to Gentrification? (53 Comments)
"The final heart beat of Black Harlem was in the 90's when Guiliani cleaned up 125th St. and the vendors that lined the block. Harlem was never a place of order, this brought order along the lines of the rest of Manhattan."