Oh, I can definitely see the use of having a Nos with his eyes at all the proper keyholes.
Other than that, here's one of my two created Locations for Extra Credit:
The Yolen Building
Rather large and unassuming, the Yolen building is home to both the Twin Stars Talent Agency and Devil-Goddess Films.
Twin Stars takes up almost the entirety of the first floor, and is open around the clock. At any hour anyone entering the building can find a line of people, of both sexes, waiting to be seen for their first interview or perhaps for a call back. The decorations are classy yet stark, with new-age art adorning the walls and corners. Pictures of past and recent success are here and there, along with pamphlets supposedly written by those stars that tell the story of their success and which credit the agency for making everything happen.
The interview offices are staffed employ three men and two women, who work two at a time in twelve hour shifts. During the day Melinda Clement, the business's manager, can also be found there, working alongside the others though mostly taking the call backs who are "hard sells" for the company upstairs. At night you can sometimes find the owner, the reclusive Alexander Vinton, taking the rare case or even just dropping by to see how things are going.
The Second, third, and fourth floors of the building belong to Devil-Goddess Films, Vinton's adult film studio. Drawing a large number of it's "actors" and "actresses" from the agency below, DGF has made it big in recent years, securing several awards from the AFI and releasing best-sellers such as "The Adventures of Fuckaroo Bambi and the Eight Holes" and "Carnal Creatures 4: Titans of Cock". In addition to larger productions they release a large number of smaller projects, which cover the entire range of adult film desires and depravity. Some border on the illegal, but the Studio's lawyers make sure that everything remains on the right side of the law (though many times only by technicality). The three floors themselves are broken down into multiple areas: the offices and prep rooms taking up comparatively small portions next to the myriad rooms and studios, each decorated in a different style so that everything besides outdoors scenes can be filmed there. DGF employs a surprising number of writers for it's more up-scale films, many of which can be found there at any time (whether they're working or not).
The roof of the building has a large covered area with luxurious chairs and a bar, for when Alexander comes to visit or for when Melinda wishes to get away from the office work. The covered area has a privacy wall so that people in the surrounding buildings cannot see what is going on within; the wall, however, is made so that those within can see out (a material dark on one side yet transparent on the other, much like a two-way mirror).
From the outside the building blends in with those surrounding it, and the directory merely lists Twin Stars and, somewhat enigmatically, DGF Studio (which reads as just that, with no explanations of what the initials may stand for).