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Editor: Stephen Clowney
Univ. of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Thursday, September 29, 2011

A Unique Property In New York City

A two-and-a-half-acre lot up for auction this weekend:

It has no electricity or sewer lines. Much of it is under water at high tide. It has neither shelter nor a ready spot to build one. It does not even come with a dock.  And yet, for that customer seeking noncity living in New York — with no neighbors, no traffic and no noise save the squawking of the birds that nest there — Rat Island, a tiny parcel of vacant, mussel-littered land in Long Island Sound off City Island, might just fit the bill.

Steve Clowney

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