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No One Wants To Be Ogled While Showering in Their Own Home

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Although there's certainly more to this apartment than the master suite, it's hard to imagine that the bed suspended from the ceiling by cables in front of a glass-walled bathroom haven't played a big part in keeping the place on the market since it was listed in November in 2011. And the listings themselves seem to confirm that theory—in the 2011 listing, when it was asking $12.995 million, the bathroom walls were smooth and completely transparent; now, with the most recent listing, they're textured and frosted, though you can still see through them to an extent that will probably be off-putting to a lot of buyers. The price has fluctuated over the past three years, and currently stands at $10.5 million.

· Listing: 429 Greenwich Street #9B [Corcoran, via Streeteasy]
· Dare to Shower in This $10.5M David Mann-Designed Tribeca Loft [6sqft]
· $11M Tribeca Loft Boasts Bed On Wires, See-Through Bathroom [Curbed]