This fully furnished Brooklyn brown-box has everything a hip New Yorker could want: ample vinyl windows, string lights, poor airflow, and no privacy. Six charming compartments separated by repurposed, ergonomic office-chair mats insure that diners will be able to eavesdrop on one another’s conversations—a staple of night life in the Big Apple.
Windows, windows, windows! Have you ever wanted to fail at using a QR code to access a menu on your phone—in a sunroom? Look no further! It’s time to take a calculated risk in this eco-friendly structure heated by the moist breath of strangers. With these skylights, you won’t even mind sharing a bathroom with a neighboring Starbucks.
Absolutely perfect for entertaining large groups. Breathe directly into strangers’ mouths in this stunning hundred-square-foot dining pod in a great school district. The owners of this enchanting chalet have thought of everything: little rugs so your feet don’t get cold, sanitizer at every table, and not one but two small vents slashed into its tarp walls. Lovingly erected just months ago, out of desperation fueled by a woefully inadequate government response to the coronavirus. (Neither seller nor broker guarantees the legality of the unit.)