If you're in the giving mood, please give a few moments of though toward apartment-hunting with me!
I'm not currently on a lease, renting an apartment, or closely defining myself with one city in particular. I call "home" Los Angeles, as well as New York. I make a point to travel for work, and to travel to create and inspire work. But in the quest to minimize "things" and afford myself some sanity, I thought I'd look for an apartment while completely unfettered from a contract in both workplace and someplace.
- 1 Br/ 1 Ba
- ~$1000/mo or less
- Clawfood Tub
- Subway Tiling (kitchen as well as washroom)
- Butcher Block countertop
- Farm Basin sink (a double, preferred)
- All wood reclaimed or domestic hardwood
- Exposed filament light bulbs
- Dishwasher Drawer
- Pre-War building or Small cottage
- Lots of windows!
- Garden or Planter Boxes
- Stovetop-Oven with Range Hood
- Exposed brick
- Building-wide Cat-Exclusion Policy
I'm sure I missed a few things! But that should seem comparatively easy to find.
I've been looking in cities around the US. Here are a list that provide ample opportunity-on-the-rise and community-minded populations:
- Oakland, CA
- Portland, OR
- Seattle, WA
- Portland, ME
- Charleston, SC
- Savannah, GA
- New Orleans, LA
It is imperative to have immediate access to ocean, proximity to mountain, locally-supported agriculture, and be a bicycle-friendly, public-transportation-encouraged infrastructure.
*Also willing to relocate to more international destinations to work on farms, ranches, or vineyards in South America, Western Europe, or New Zealand.
Thanks! I look forward to working with you in the New Year.