Land Boom Resounds in Manhattan

Land speculation in Manhattan began in 1626 when Peter Minuit bought the island for 60 guilders, or $24, from the Canarsee Indians. The tradition is alive today, with local and international investors buying up pieces of the most valuable land in the world — and paying record prices for them.

The New York Sun 

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