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"This is a well-laid-out apartment with a wall of windows toward Wall Street..."
A well-laid-out apartment is a well-designed one, isn't it?
Bit off-topic but why did you use 'lads' at the end there? This may not be appropriate.
So, I get real mean of that word. Yes, I think it mayn't be appropriate.
The possible problem with "lads" is that it applies to males only.
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