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Old Posted Oct 28, 2015, 3:06 PM
drumz0rz drumz0rz is offline
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The Urban Home Office

When I was apartment hunting last year in NYC I noticed something that was fairly universal across all listings. With the exception of the multi-million dollar penthouse suites, you almost never see a floor plan that includes space for a home office let alone a simple desk.

While it seems every "House Hunter" on HGTV *needs* a home office, I feel like most people do at least have a desk with a computer somewhere in their abode. I don't really ever work from home but I do have a desk with my PC and a few monitors. Finding a good place to fit this in a 1 bedroom apartment was tough!

Do people really not have desks and computers anymore? Why don't developers ever include desk space in their plans? I was just looking over some plans from One 57, spend a few million and get a 3 bedroom condo...with no room for a desk...
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