Okay so I realized something in my multiple viewings of the Avengers.
These are the plans for everyone’s floor at The Avengers tower and really if they are in order of what floor they are going to be on it shows how well Tony pays attention to everyone.
Thor is at the top, because he is the god of Thunder and would probably like the easy take off/landing and view.
Hawkeye is the next floor down, because “He see’s better from up high.”
Steve is next because he’s the Captain and team leader and is going to want to have to be in the middle of his troops. Also, he’s an artist and if the skyline of Manhattan isn’t inspiring I don’t know what is.
Tony’s next, because, really, it’s Tony. While he’s not going to have the pent house he’s at least going to want to be surrounded by his new friends. Also, it’s still high enough up that he can take off and land without a problem.
Than we have Widow, who is closer to the ground floor so she has easy access and entry points while still being secure.
and at the Bottom we have Bruce, who is witnessed by the first Helicarrier take off isn’t too fond of the Idea of being too high up in case he Hulks out. So if he has a ground level floor than he can Hulk out without causing damage by knocking things off the building or Jumping down.
Sorry, it’s just something I noticed and i just LOVE the thought that was behind it. (Also, notice the symbols for each of them Tony uses. Thor = Mjolnir, Clint = Bow, Steve = Shield, Tony = his helmet, Nat = her Belt buckle, Bruce = DNA strand.)
@cleolinda: This freeze-frame from the end of The Avengers warms my heart.
@particle_p: Although putting Hawkeye and Widow that many floors away from each other seems a little…unobservant.
@cleolinda: Heee. Maybe the FX people ship Steve/Tony, I hear that’s big in fandom right now.
@cleolinda: Which is ridiculous. I mean, Tony/Bruce OTP, their bromance is so scientific.