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If you were the lucky (and wealthy) owner of two new penthouse apartments, could you think of a better way to connect your new spaces than with a slide?

new york apartment slide
Chances are your answer to that question was, “Yes. I would use stairs.” The bachelor who owns the attached apartments, however, chose the much less reasonable but much more fun option: a stainless steel slide. This makes my inner-child happy.

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8 Responses

  1. pixelecho69 says:

    I guess if I was that rich I would install something like that for my children not for me well maybe.

  2. fxgeorges says:

    Wow, that is a neat idea. Thanks for sharing! Most people think I'm weird if I mention we have a swing in our living room!!

  3. Amy PureHome says:

    If I had all the money in the world….I would certainly have extraordinary things like this is my home!

  4. arborbarber says:

    Wow! I would love to have this in my home for my kids…

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  5. Niko says:

    ha that has to be one of the coolest things I have seen in a house of that style.

    I personally believe that the slide adds to the modern style.

  6. Anna@HGTV says:

    The Ron Clark Academy has a slide so the students can take the stairs…or slide to their first floor classes. http://blogs.ajc.com/get-schooled-blog/2009/12/17
    I think all schools should have them. Also, I visited a friend's workplace where the building was a converted fire station. They had a pole you could slide down in the middle of the lobby.

  7. Anna@HGTV says:

    The Ron Clark Academy has a slide so the students can take the stairs…or slide to their first floor classes. http://blogs.ajc.com/get-schooled-blog/2009/12/17
    I think all schools should have them. Also, I visited a friend's workplace where the building was a converted fire station. They had a pole you could slide down in the middle of the lobby.

  8. bestusbhub says:

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