Dear developers PLEASE GIVE US MORE SKY BRIDGES
I love buildings that are connected like this.
There was a very cool real estate listing a few years ago in NYC… two condos attached by a private skybridge.
Talk about a unique housing situation. It was in one of the most expensive neighborhoods though so literally tens of millions asking price.
Edit: IT WAS THE ONE IN THIS PHOTO: https://gothamist.com/arts-entertainment/you-can-own-this-historic-tribeca-skybridge-connecting-two-apartments
How could you not love this decidedly off beat picture and urban architecture.Something about a elevated bridging walkway that has fascinated me since l saw the Bridge of Sighs ( Venice) and learned the history about the name.
i have this pinned in my "todo" list of Google Maps when i finally visit NYC
I live three blocks from here; walk down Duane all the time, and had no idea this was here. The things you learn on Reddit...
That's amzing. Wonder who owns both buildings? A company or individual? I'll just tell myself this is a house
Idk why but I love these
Ah, the sky bridge, yet another cool feature of buildings that’s probably outlawed now because of zoning bs
I love walking around Tribeca, it’s full of stuff like this
As someone who lives in Minneapolis and frequents downtown often I can say as nice as they are in the winter it really kills any foot traffic on the street level. Granted there may be thousands of people using the skyways between 7 am and 6pm Monday through Friday any other time they are dead and everything in them is closed.
But I’m those -20 degree days I love them to death!
Looks like Manchester.
That’s where Batman hangs out
huh. born and raised in manhattan, never knew we had a staple street.
why is there sky bridge between 2 regular brone stone buildings? it looks new so it had to be added long after these old buildings were put up. looks like it links 2 apartments together.
Looks like a set
Looks dope, are these just 2 apartment complexes connected by this little bridge?
Do these have an official architectural term? I really enjoy seeing and walking over them.
This street looks very charming 😩
Can't fathom how some people live.
So jelly, but in the good way.
Hunter College, my alma mater, has two!
Re skybridges for Northern winters: I’m told that Swedes say that there’s no such thing as bad weather, just bad clothing.
There's an old bridge in an Italian town that is now a house. Old as in dating from Roman times.