This gives new meaning to the term "railroad apartment."
A Bushwick rental building has features modeled on the transit system — though it mercifully skips the rats and smell of urine.
The white tiles featured in stations are used throughout the building. Subway poles have been made into door handles and apartment entrances are made to look like the edges of platforms.
The building's facade is covered by a section of the system's map — with a "you are here" arrow positioning the building.
Even the location is perfect — a block from the creaky M train tracks at the Central Avenue stop.
Located at 132A Stanhope St., the four-story building features bright rooms, duplexes on the top floor and images of the gritty subway on landings between each level, Gothamist first reported.
A broker for the building, which is being represented by the appropriately named Subway Realty Group, said the listing would be on its website later this week. The price range for the apartments wasn't available Monday, he said.
He was also unable to say why it was subway-themed.
The property was purchased by a limited liability company, 132 Stanhope LLC, with a mortgage worth $2.4 million in June of 2015.
Yoel Goldman, a Brooklyn-based developer behind All Year Management, known for developing a piece of the nearby Rheingold site, signed the mortgage as the property's manager.
All Year Management didn't respond to a request for comment Monday.