Would you want to live on the Olympic Park?
2012 have set up a show apartment in the athletes village and I joined the International Olympic Committee on a tour.
It didn't take long. An estate agent would call the three-bedroom flats "cosy". I'd call them compact.
Three bedrooms for six athletes, two small bathrooms and a small living room. Probably okay for a few weeks for six female Australian gymnasts but space will be tight for a handful of Bulgarian shot-putters.
But what really matters is that the village is at the heart of the Olympic Park which is rare for the Games. That means many competitors will be just a couple of minute's ride away from the venues, rather than a coach trip across the city.
During the bid, 2012 published sketches of athletes standing at their bedroom windows with a view of the main stadium. Some of the flats will have that but the reality is that most will look over the new Westfield shopping centre and its car park, hardly the most inspiring of views.
When the Games are over, these flats will be turned into 2,800 homes for Londoners, nearly half of them "affordable" homes.
Would l live there? Well, they should be plenty of green space in the Park when the Games are over so the views will be better. I also think these appartment blocks will be perfect for people heading into retirement.
You've got a major shopping centre over the road, a swimming pool nearby and a huge park to walk in every day. When you are heading towards 70 or 80 and maybe worry about driving a car, you'd have everything on your doorstep and still be within a short distance of central London by public transport.
These flats won't be on the market unil late 2011 and people will not be able to move in until 2014 when the Park and the blocks have been redesigned.
The Olympic Park Legacy Company has a huge challenge in making the whole environment an attractive place to live after the Games.
Please take a look at my report and tell me what you think.