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Edward Skira

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Owners in MuseumHouse next door must hate the condition they are now stuck in with Exhibit, kind of ridiculous the 2 are built that close to each other with living area windows really.

They do hate each other. They're in litigation
 

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They do hate each other. They're in litigation
I'm not surprised, though that's not to say the litigation has grounds. You can expect this if you're going to live downtown; but at the same time--I can't say I'd be happy investing that kind of cheddar into a condo only to lose most natural light and watch Edgar and Mary in their new post-retirement digs across the alleyway.
 

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Arvelo would say that they're not close enough, and should actually be built right up against each other.
 

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I don’t think there should be gaps between buildings, though that should be matched by the provision of good windows at the front and back of each apartment.

Also, I love seeing a building / people living their lives out the window; I don’t see why that’s so terrible. I went to Museum Dental recently (within Museum House) and was able to see into Exhibit, and I loved it. I’m sure I’d still be bothered if my view was eclipsed by such a building, but I also love the presence of nearby urban life outside a window, and, anyway, it’s an inevitable part of living in a big city.
 

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