We're both New Yorkers, at least partly. David grew up outside of Albany and Dexter lived in The City for 6 years. Of course Denver is home for us, no disputing that. We love it here and aren't looking to move anywhere anytime soon. But still, as much as we love our humble shop and our fair city, if you (yes, YOU) were to give us, say, $1.9 Million, on the condition that we use it to buy these here stone barns and move the DB operation to the Hudson River valley, sure, we'd hear you out. Assuming, of course, you brought by a six pack to grease the conversational skids (that's the rule around here). The barns were the headquarters and workshop of BDDW, the fine New York furniture company with the fancy SoHo showroom. BDDW makes pretty stuff that costs a pretty penny, but really, NYC rents and this sprawling idyllic spread for your workshop? Hmm. We're suspicious (and, yes, a wee bit jealous), sniffing a whiff of supplemental trust-fundy funding. Anyway, good for them and check the work. Lovely.