08/21/2013 04:56 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Julie Scelfo And James Cavoli, Owners Of The Exposed Glass Shower In Cobble Hill, Brooklyn Respond With Giant Letter (PHOTOS)

So, remember the naughty neighbors in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, who made other residents super annoyed with with their exposed glass shower? And remember when New York Magazine said that the structure was still under construction and they were going to cover it, but everyone was still talking about it? Yeah, well the owners have finally responded -- with a giant letter to the community.

According to the New York Post, New York Times home and design reporter Julie Scelfo and her husband James Cavoli put a giant note in the shower, facing the backyard, stating that the structure is indeed not finished, and when it is done, it will have "privacy coverings." And then, they totally made everyone feel bad with this part: "We are dismayed and a bit heart sick at the attention our half-finished house has created.... We look forward to a day when we know our neighbors well enough to discuss any concerns over coffee, and not in newspapers and on gossip sites on the internet."

Well, almost everyone felt bad. One person told The Post that the couple are enjoying the attention -- talk about nasty neighbors.

Scroll to see photos of the letter from Paul Martinka, and be sure to head over to the New York Post for more information.



Photos by Paul Martinka.

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