9:30 a.m.: The morning of our 24-hour stay in the micro-unit at the Museum of the City of New York (read about yesterday afternoon and the night shift) dawned with a visit from Sarah Watson, deputy director of Citizens Housing Planning Council. The non-profit’s research inspired the museum’s “Making Room” exhibit, and the organization focuses on the fact that there are “no legal safe options for a single person” in New York City and that policy changes would be needed to allow a wider variety of housing types to be built. The lack of options has both personal and economic consequences: single people entering the NYC housing market, at any age, have nowhere to go, and the market prices of studios are artificially high because the supply doesn’t match the demand.