We just don't get across the Hudson River to Hoboken nearly enough. And, when we pay attention, we find things like this. It's a building that's been dubbed "The Leaning Tower of Pizzastop" by local blogger Hoboken Hero, we're guessing because of the angle. The MetroStop is a nine-story building with 160 units next to a stop on the light rail line that runs through Hoboken, significantly inland from the waterfront. One of the tag lines is "living green meets city life" and there are "organic grasses" on the roof, not to mention a location in "one of Hoboken's most exciting new districts."