It's Friday and it's time to hear from the crowd. Have something you want discussed among the fine Curbed readers? Send it this way.
We've spent a whole week looking at how the 1% of the 1% live. Certainly, living in a house larger than most offices is nice. And having a view to die for would be quite a thrill. Owning your very own private island? Not a bad idea.
But at the end of the day, you've gotta be able to get along with the people living next door. So if you suddenly found yourself deciding between a mansion in Hunts Point or a waterfront home in Medina, which billionaire would you want as your next-door neighbor? Want to sweat it out with Bill Gates in his 2,500 square-foot gym? Or play hide and seek in one of Paul Allen's six Mercer Island homes? And is there a wealthy neighbor you'd rather not have inviting you over for the Super Bowl? Have at it in the comments!