Let's all be clear about this:
You say you are building an office, but actually, you want to put up a wall at your business to create a tiny, tiny studio apartment. You plan to build a shower pan and plumb in water by tapping into the existing building's plumbing
You then will live in this little box, sleeping in a hammock, bat-like, while you save money to buy a boat. The confining living conditions will serve as "training" for living on the boat at some later date.
What are the actual dimensions? If that is your actual shoulder width, and it's all to scale, it looks as if you could reach out and touch two walls at the same time. 6' x 12' ? Even a cot against that one free wall would make it seem a lot less strange. Maybe, maybe down to "eccentric." Maybe.
Yes, you are definitely crazy. And yes, considering how essentially crazy you are, you very possibly could make this work, only because if you were just an ounce more normal, you would see how insane it is, but you don't. And yes, your employees will think it is all very bizarre, and begin to avoid you as much as possible. You might need to give everyone a raise just to keep them around.
The first big warning sign (or in your case, the next
big warning sign) that you should immediately find professional psychological help is when you begin to like
living in your cozy little mini-tomb. The therapist may be able to get to the bottom of you're conflict with your two neighbors, which initiated this exile to living in the storage
P. S. — you will make a grand cruiser someday. You have both the temperament and the vision.
P. P. S. — buying
things isn't "investing" in them. This word is often used to rationalize our spending on some unwise thing, making it look like a sage move. We love to fool ourselves, and we often use language to cast the spell.
Fair Winds, you window-less hermit,