Newport’s $100 Million Fixer Upper - Architecture Critic Will Morgan

"Let me tell you about the rich," F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote in 1926. "They are different from you and me."

Newport and money go together like glitz and the Ritz. Newport's Bellevue Avenue symbolizes the incredible amassing of wealth by the merchant princes of the Gilded Age. Over-the-top palaces such as the Breakers and Marble House speak of ambitious social climbers who have arrived.

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