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Yonkers Mansion Portends Future for Current Luxury Glut?

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Yonkers, New York is the site of what might augur for the future of the recent luxury home glut in our fair city. Vanity mansions? Check. Crazy rich folks from economic boom times? Check. Faded glory? Check. Case in point is Alder Manor, built in 1912 by architects John Mervin Carrere and Thomas Hastings for William Boyce Thompson, a copper magnate who graduated from Columbia University School of Mining in the last years of the 19th Century. After he and his wife died, the manor changed hands "for people who had no use for it," according to Scouting NY. Mansion status: ruins! (Although supposedly being restored by Tara Circle, a nonprofit group). May 40 Bond avoid the same fate.
· The Clue Mansion?in Yonkers? [Scouting NY]
· Alder Mansion [Hudson Valley Ruins]
· Alder Manor [Urban Exploration Resource]