See The Insane Renderings For A New Razor-Thin Townhouse In New York City

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Dining Stair Elevator

Skyway Development Group

The skinny home of your dreams.

A new razor-thin townhouse is set to make a splash in Manhattan's desirable Flatiron District of Midtown South.

Designed by Skyway Development Group (and spotted on Curbed NY), the home has 8,000 square feet of space and a total of seven floors.

It also features a glass elevator to move up and down the skinny building.

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kitchen

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Though it's thin, the home will have high ceilings.

Though it's relatively small, it packs a big punch with six bedrooms, four powder rooms, a "backyard," a roof deck, a home office, and a garage (to park your presumably very skinny car).

It will also have not one but two hot tubs, plus a sauna and a steam room.

Spa

Skyway Development Group

It will have two hot tubs and a spa.

It was designed by Andres Escobar and Karl "Hot Karl" Fischer served as the architect. According to Curbed, they've worked together before on some high-profile projects with good results.

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Rooftop

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A deck looks down onto the street in front of the home.

The townhouse will be built at 34 West 21st St., according to the press release, and will be a single-family home.

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The building takes up a tiny plot of land between two existing buildings.

One last view of the incredible townhouse and its awesome layout.

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A cutaway shows the floor plan for the home.

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