I live in a brand new apartment building that contains a 6-story parking garage. My unit (along with all of the other units on my side of the building) directly faces the parking garage. At night the fluorescent lights from the garage shine into the apartments from the parking garage windows. I've installed curtains in my apartment windows that block the light, but I was wondering if any of you planners/developers out there had any ideas as to how the parking garage windows could be covered to reduce the light emitted. I understand that the windows exist for ventilation purposes, but I am hoping that there is some solution out there that the developer of my building can implement that would reduce the light emitted and still allow necessary ventilation. Any ideas? Thanks a lot.