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  • I love this building and the units inside are so pretty, I remember when they were featured on CL. At 475,000 for a 2-bedroom I thought they were a little pricey for the location but surely not in five years.

  • call me crazy but. The building to me takes on the shape of a pair of opened thighs. I would feel like I was entering a v agina everytime I opened the front door.

  • Vonstallin

    Not sure…..
    Its sort of one of those “Half Limp” sort of deals…
    I mean somewhat exciting in general, but not excited enough to really get into it.

    I’m sure someone will do her…I mean do it for the right price.

  • Gah! Give me a cross, some garlic and silver bullets as I walk by that monstrosity.

  • My favorite part about that building is when they building it and one day covered over our vents next door with no notice, effectively shutting down our heat on the coldest day of the year. It took two weeks to knock another hole in our building to reroute the vents and turn it back on. In January. Good times.

    I might be biased, but I always thought this building was strange and ugly. I haven’t seen the insides though.

  • WHO granted permission to build so close to the street? It makes no sense. What’s to stop every other rowhouse from expanding to cover up their front yards too?

  • I actually think this building is really cool–much more distinctive and innovative than a lot of the new construction being built in the area. The interiors of the units are nice too. FWIW I think it looks better in person than in the photo.

  • The front units Master Bedrooms that are in the front of the building / overlooking the street and are very small and oddly shaped. It will be difficult to fit a queen size bed and dresser into the room. The units in the back are larger but look at parking lots and the backs of other row homes. Overall I like the look of the building but I do not choose to call it home due to the location.

  • I used to live in a place across the alley from this monstrosity- it always seemed like a building that must have looked adventurous and edgy in blue-print form… and then hideous and impractical to live in. It was also a blast when the contractors trucks blocked the alley so we couldn’t get in or out.

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