Kids These Days
BuzzFeed has an article about a NYC apartment that is so small, the shower stall is in the kitchen.
What the writers and audience at BuzzFeed don’t understand is that this is nothing new. Many old tenement apartments used to have bathtubs in the kitchen (and they didn’t have running hot water!)
The BuzzFeed apartment is on the Lower East Side which was home to a lot of tenements. I would bet money that BuzzFeed’s apartment used to have a bathtub in the kitchen.
My question is would BuzzFeed still post the article if the bathtub-in-the-kitchen apartment was common knowledge? Or is a showerstall in the kitchen still a sign of “crazy” NY real estate?