"What's incredibly interesting about this story is the light it sheds on the psychological impact of this amazing real estate market on New Yorkers," said Ian Van Tuyl, a 39-year-old writer and stay-at-home father who, with his wife, paid $126,000 in 2003 for their apartment. ("A two-bedroom with nine closets. That's all you have to say.") Mr. Van Tuyl, who opposes the increase, added, "With the stories that we hear, and the riches earned on real estate, who doesn't wish they had a piece of that?"- from a NY Times story on an Upper West Side co-op where apartments have been restricted from selling at market rates. An upcoming vote by residents may change that.