1. Oops

    Near-Complete Spanish Skyscraper Forgets Elevators

    BENIDORM, SPAIN - AUGUST 09:  A general view shows the unfinished InTempo building on August 9, 2013 in Benidorm, Spain. The construction of the In Tempo building began during the economic boom and was meant open in 2009 as the tallest residential building  within the E.U. at almost 200 metres high. However after a catalogue of building problems the 47-story twin tower building remains unfinished and has been transferred to the SAREB or "Bad Bank".  (Photo by Pablo Blazquez Dominguez/Getty Images)

    Pablo Blazquez Dominguez/Getty,Pablo Blazquez Dominguez

    Today in uncomfortable news: a Spanish skyscraper reached 94 percent completion this week before anyone realized that the plans neglected to include a single elevator shaft. The InTempo is 47 stories high -- not exactly friendly for walk-ups -- and has been plagued with problems from the start. Financing for the project was taken over last year by Sareb, one of Spain's less reputable banks, and customers and suppliers are reportedly owed $3.3 billion. At least the new building will be a workout.

    Read it at New York Daily News