What sold you on your last apartment? If you said vomiting or nausea there's a developer in Houston who'd like to give you a cold call.
Atop the city's Market Square Tower sits a sky pool that will impress guests as long as there's a heavy duty filter cleaning the floating barf chunks heaved into the pool each time someone looks 40 stories down to the sidewalk below.
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The new building sports a sky pool, the clear bottom of which extends ten feet beyond the roof's ledge, according to the Houston Chronicle. While it's undoubtedly a swank amenity for many, it's probably a vertigo-inducing nightmare for others.
The building does have another chunk-free pool on the fourth floor, but the open-air pool that will put butterflies in your stomach has an eight-inch thick plexiglass bottom. So, even though it looks like you'll die surrounded by the pee of strangers, you (probably) won't.
If you're in Texas and want a piece of this, only 25 percent of the building's units have been sold. The monthly rent for a building with amenities like the vomit pool range from $1,805 for a 564-square-foot studio to $18,715 for a 2,993-square-foot penthouse, according to the Chronicle.
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