Rich people’s problems: Life’s tough on the Upper East Side

“Don’t hate me because I’m 10021” is the motto of many upper-crust uptown residents — or so says a story in the New York Observer. In DeBlasio’s “Tale of Two Cities,” wealthy Upper East Siders, feeling maligned, are now considering decamping to Miami or Malibu as the influx of super-rich, part-time international residents transforms the city into “Moscow on the Hudson.” Read their laments here.

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