BOSTON (TheStreet) -- Rich people from Andrew Carnegie to Al Capone once lived full time in residential hotels. And now you can too."I love hotel living. I would never live anywhere else," says Sotheby's International real estate broker Elizabeth Sample, who not only sells units in Manhattan's Mandarin Oriental Residences, but bought a $3 million place there in 2005. "I like the fact that you never have to leave the building if you don't want to."
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