- Princeton University offered up free houses earlier this year to anyone who could take care of hauling the buildings away, but the school has yet to find any takers.
- According to Princeton spokesman Daniel Day, the school has received about 1,000 inquiries about the buildings, none of which have resulted in final deals.
- Day indicated that the people inquiring—who have come from as far away as Haiti—have been confused about how mobile the buildings are.
From the article:
"... University spokesman Daniel Day said the school has received about 1,000 inquiries since the offer was made. The offer came as the university readied construction for its $330 million arts and transit project, which involves the construction of a series of buildings devoted to the arts. It would include an adjustment to the Dinky train line that takes commuters to and from the Northeast Corridor trunk line. ..."