The 88th-floor philosophy — an anthropological view of the condo

I recently had the chance to sit down with one of the world’s foremost anthropologists to talk about condos.  Dr. Lionel Tiger grew up in Montreal as a friend of Leonard Cohen. Ever heard the term male bonding? Tiger coined it.  He has enjoyed a successful academic career at Rutgers University, and has contributed regularly to The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal and has written many books.   Lucky for me, Tiger also has something to say about condos.    Read the article……….


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