They live in a peep show.
Residents of apartments along the newly opened stretch of the High Line say they feel like zoo animals, constantly photographed and gawked at while trying to go about their daily lives.
"Its absolutely horrible!" fumed Ronni McFadden, who resides in an apartment eye-level to the walkway at West 23rd Street and Tenth Avenue.
"People take pictures and wave at you when you're alone in your home. We have to keep dark shades up all the time. It's voyeuristic, and there's zero privacy. It's just really embarrassing."
The greenway's newest extension opened in June and slices through a cramped residential neighborhood from 20th to 30th streets on Manhattan's far West Side. Some apartments are so close, you could jump from the fire escape to the former rail trestle.