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This article points out that living in a glass building might look good on the outside but doesn't always measure up on the inside. Some issues with floor-to-ceiling windows include regulating the temperature, loss of privacy and increase noise, higher energy costs and condo premiums. Toronto has its own issues with its excessive glass towers in the city including continuous water leaks and declining resale value for poorly made windows. On a related topic, have you checked out Curbed's updated map on Falling Glass from Toronto Towers? [TreeHugger]