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Igloo Wire

A unfinished plywood-and-urethane igloo in Alaska that was originally conceived as a lodging and tourist trap is now being offered for $300K. It's spent the last 40 years as a magnet for taggers, squatters, and intrepid roadside explorers, but the current owner thinks that the right amount of elbow grease could turn it into an "eye-catching seasonal restaurant." [Curbed Ski]