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Video Of Apartment Building With Indoor Balconies For Tenants Has TikTok Weirded All The Way Out

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A student apartment complex is raising eyebrows across the internet after a video showing creepy and small indoor balconies for tenants went viral for its bizarre nature.

The complex, located at Virginia Tech, caught the eye of TikToker @rayyy.of_sunshine, who showed the mysterious hallway lined with balconies just barely big enough to fit one person on the inside set to creepy and foreboding music.

"This is the WEIRDEST apartment complex I've ever seen," she wrote.



TikTokers were not impressed with the architecture of the complex either.

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The complex, one of many Virginia Tech has to provide upperclassman housing at a lower rate than average, has the balconies installed indoors because some of the rooms do not have windows--which is a violation of fire code.

In order for there to correctly be two ways to leave the apartment in case of a fire, the balcony had to be built as an alternate exit.

But several other people had fun ideas for how to use the balconies, fire notwithstanding:

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In a follow-up video, Rachel, the original poster, took us around a tour of her apartment. Seeing the balcony from inside of it was no less creepy.

TikTokers were also not crazy about the structure of the apartment.

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As the school year goes on, maybe the students will find creative ways to use the balconies, and maybe our TikTok friend will find ways to share that with the public.