‘Red room’ unit in Seattle from ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ gains measureless …
August 20, 2014 - Fifty Shades of Grey
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One of a hottest and many renouned book array in new times is “Fifty Shades of Grey.” It has done British author E.L. James a abounding woman, and she’s about to get even richer with a film trilogy scheduled to start in 2015.
Not usually has a book array increasing a author’s wealth, it is also branch adult a feverishness on an unit building in Seattle.
This sold Seattle formidable is called Escala, that is a same unit name that is in a “Fifty Shades of Grey” books. Those who are zealous readers of a novels know that this is a place where illusory character, billionaire Christian Grey, lives.
Because of a recognition of a book and a arriving movie, genuine estate attorney Erik Mehr has remade into a really bustling man. He has been removing a lot of calls newly from folks looking to lease a room for a night or even to get their photos taken inside a building.
Interestingly enough, some even went as distant as to ask about a illusory “red room,” substantially not meaningful for certain that it doesn’t exist — well, during slightest not in this unit building.
“Our stupid phone calls have peaked again where people wish to lease a room,” Mehr told CNNMoney. “I don’t consider they comprehend that this is a condominium building that residents live in and there is no red room.”
The value of apartments during Escala has risen given a recover of a books, and even some-more so given a initial trailer of a film overwhelmed down. The cost of a condo in Seattle has risen by 10 percent, while a cost for an unit during Escala has surged by adult to 75 percent given 2010.
This is unbelievable, and it also goes to uncover a outcome renouned illusory media can have on life in a genuine world.
As of now, usually 6 homes during Escala sojourn unsold, and any is on sale for around $1 million.
If a film turns out to be a success, chances are prices could expand to over $2 million. Escala’s genuine estate broker, Erik Mehr, should now be one of a happiest group alive.