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Lifestyles of the rich and richer

Today Curbed National rounds up the best lines about New York City apartments millionaires buy and then hardly ever live in—or, as Spencer Peterson writes, "multimillion-dollar Manhattan pieds-à-terre [millionaires] rarely, if ever, set one pied in." "They like to be able to reference in conversation their home in New York, their home in Paris and their home in London," a broker tells the Wall Street Journal. As the saying goes, home is where you hang your pile of Ai Weiwei seeds, after all. Read on. [Curbed National]