The bad news is that, yes, the Waldorf-Astoria, which opened during the Depression in 1931, will close next year for a three-year conversion of three-quarters of its rooms into luxury condos--just what NYC needs!--thanks to its owner, Chinese holding company Anbang Insurance Group Co., which purchased the hotel from Hilton's parent group in 2015 for a record $1.95 billion. The rest of the rooms will be upgraded to luxury suites.
Do you want to make money while you sleep? If that concept sounds incredible to you, it might be time to learn a little bit more about passive income. Putting in work up front to set up systems for money to come in, you can rest easy, sit back and enjoy as income continues to accumulate days, weeks and months later.
We desperately need to float in the sublime holiness of silence because just below the surface is where all the buried treasure of our lives live, that are waiting for us to gently wake them up, like tender babies, to hold and adore while they remind us of all the magic that can be held in our arms at any given moment.
As noted in my article last week about Kohler, Wisconsin, The American Club opened in 1918 as living quarters for the Kohler company's factory workers, complete with pub, bowling alley and barbershop, all surrounded by 500 acres of lush woodlands and rivers. In 1978 the building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places.