895 Lake Avenue, the contemporary where Mr. Frankel the insurance fraud lost a girlfriend to hanging (declared a suicide by the Greenwich police, of course), was purchased by BSF Builders last year and put back up for sale when they decided against building a new house. They marked it up, naturally, because builders always thing land is more valuable having sat in their inventory, even if only for a month, and it hasn’t sold. So, they’ve been trying to rent it, for $10,000. That was also unsuccessful so today that listing was deleted and expunged from our records with a new listing, for $12,000, replacing it. BSF is a very successful company and I wouldn’t question their business judgement, but it’s my impression that rents have been falling, not increasing.