Now with digital, we can consider one of those Bloomberg endorsed micro-units in Manhattan, some as tiny as 250 square feet. As NEW YORK MAGAZINE reports, they are even affordable with the rent about $940 a month. A decade ago I paid that, plus utilities, for an apartment in nowhereville, that is, North Haven, Connecticut. At that time I still had four large wooden bookcases of print books, including all of Shakespeare's plays.
Will ghostwriters grab our laptops and smartphones, flee the suburbs, and descend on Manhattan?