lower upper east side eavesdrop

After years of hotel living – the tiresome room service, the pesky valets – I gave up that complete bohemian life and moved into a townhouse in the East 60s – west of Lex, of course. It was a place I loved in the early 80s, when a dear friend of mine who worked for Eva Linton owned it, and I bought it immediately when he – well, when he, decided to sell, you see? I tell you I had a devil of a time with all the nearby parking garages, but I finally found one that valued my taste and I have a fantastic space in the front there…”

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