The Festival City property development in Tai Wai has been making headlines with sky-high prices, leading many to speculate that a property bubble is forming. Opening prices were $13,000 per square foot, meaning that the asking price on the smallest flat (874-square-feet) was $11.36 million. Whether there is a bubble or not, we’ll leave to the experts to decide, but we thought we would provide a little perspective on what your money is buying you. What you can do with a 874-square-foot apartment •\tStack 50 percent of Tiger Woods’ mistresses laid end to end. Or two-and-a-half Shaquille O’Neals. •\tComfortably pose nine teenage Ukrainian models in evening wear, as advertised on the pamphlet. •\tHold one ugly sofa, a 55-inch flat screen TV, a massage chair and a gigantic display case filled with ugly knick-knacks. •\tIf you make use of common areas and utility platforms, and convert the entire space into farmland, you can yield 40 kilos of cereal crops per season. •\tCover the entire floor with nearly 874 Michael Jackson’s “Off the Wall” LPs. •\tInstall 1.75 shark cages. •\tSet up a campaign office for “Buyers Against Misleading Artists’ Impressions for Luxury Properties” concern group. What you can do with $11.36 million • Pay a lap sap lady’s monthly salary ($4,800 per month) for 197 years. • Buy a rare Action Comics #1 (the first appearance of Superman) at US$1 million and have money left over for 1,780 tins of beluga caviar. •\tPay the yearly rent on your Lan Kwai Fong bar. •\tBuy 4,238 hours of flying lessons in a fixed-wing C152 aircraft, thus earning yourself a full pilot’s license, and a lucrative new career. •\tHave lunch with Warren Buffett, with enough left over to go for a Slurpee with him, too. •\tAdd 2.85 rainbow-colored squiggles to your city’s logo.