Terrifying Houston sky pool lets you fly and swim at the same time
Real estate makes use a lot of deft techniques to sell suites, but this is a new one: stomach-churning fear, with a splash of luxury.
Situated 40 narrations above the towns of Houston, with a glass bottom sentiment of the street below, the sky pool at the Market Square Tower maybe seemed like a good notion when the developers of this high rise came up with it.
But the video of a swimmer stepping over the edge of the building( while safely ensconced in the pool’s seas) forms it clear this pool is only for the brave.
Afraid of meridians? Find another apartment. Prone to vertigo? Move on , good-for-nothing to see here. But if you’ve ever dreamed of being James Bond or a affluent villain tracked by Jason Statham, “its about” as music video posh as you can get in a usually boring high-rise apartment building.
And don’t worry, according to a report from the Houston Chronicle , the pool, which widens 10 feet away from the building, applies an 8 inch-thick plexiglass bottom, so you can feel safe floating in virtual breeze while gaping down at the street below.