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"I was starting ask what the catch was, then I saw the address and realized it is squarely on top of the subway station, and the L no less. The biggest problem I see if there is no usable square footage in the unit. It's a series of small rooms connected by passageways. And who cleans the glass when you cook? Imagine what that door would look like after making a burger? I'm going to guess the design is for those who eat out because there is no place to eat other than in front of the TV because the living room is tiny."?anon [Brownstone East Village Will Retract Its Glass Wall This Sunday]