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July 25, 2011
Real estate developer Robert Kaufman:
“When you’re in a building that’s higher, and you’re looking down, it’s pretty ugly,” says Robert Kaufman, the company’s president. “So we said: ‘what can we do?’ And we got the idea of putting an airplane on the roof.”
(Via The Wall Street Journal.)