Houses mechanical gear in tall buildings
While waiting for the sun to set from a glamorous apartment building in New York, this guy was puzzled to find an adjacent building with a cylindrical object inside of it. The object took up multiple floors, leaving no space for other things. Why would a building need such a thing?
The building in question is known as the 432 Park Avenue Condominium. Some of the floors are designed solely to house these concrete objects which are used to house the building’s mechanical works. The higher up you build, the more concrete houses you’ll need. Thankfully, two-story homes don’t need such unsightly things.