It is rumored Drake wrote his latest album swimming in this pool.
He does spend a lot of time in Houston, after all.
And a 500-foot Plexiglass perspective would be inspirational for anyone.
The building could also cure its residents of acrophobia, should they be afraid of heights.
The invisible ledge is made from 8-inch thick acrylic glass, but similar sky viewing architectural features have given visitors scares before, such as when the coating of the Skydeck observation platform cracked at the Sears Tower in Chicago.
Without connections, however, entry might cost you: residences start at $1,805 a month.
Might be worth it, though:
If you’re still not sold, a CVS is set to open on the street level this summer.
For a few hundred dollars less, you can swim around, and around and around Texas:
The new hotel has over 1000 opened the state’s latest kitschy attraction in December, and the good times are calling:
Rooms average around $250 a night.
Of course, the City of Houston estimates there are approximately 4,000 public and semi-public swimming pools within city limits, so your options are open.
Stay cool, y’all.