The New Yorker is running a story about the New York City real estate developer Natalie Hall, who is building a home on a land she has never owned before.
“I have never been in a house,” she told the New Yorker, explaining why she built it on land she didn’t own.
She added, “It’s a little surreal.”
The story also mentions that her home has the largest window on the property.
According to a listing for the home on the Land Registry, it was originally constructed in 2009.
In May 2017, the New Zealand Government awarded Hall the Land Grant to build her house, and the city government granted the building a permit to start construction in September 2017.
Hall was born and raised in Christchurch, New Zealand.
She worked in the fashion industry and as a fashion designer, and is married to an actor, Tom Hall.
She has also written for a number of New Zealand magazines.
She lives in Manhattan, New York.
She is married with three children.