Everyone! I got a new apartment! It’s in Cap Hill per your suggestions! I am having a fabulous week! I hope everyone has a lovely Memorial Day weekend, and if you are here in Denver, we are seriously the luckiest with this forecast!
I will be bringing my mojo to the city and the boys in it like this:
Also, why does every apartment claim to be over 600 - 650 square feet, then appear in person to be approximately 500 - 525, with alternate listings that back that assessment up, leaving everything a mystery, and also, someone is already up your ass trying to take the place before you can make a decision.
I SHOULD be looking up apartments in Wash Park West and Highlands.
Somebody stop me. I miss home but I know I’m being crazy.
And as soon as I move back, the people I like hanging out with the most will probably move and/or have children or have more.
Also, all the places I want are truly expensive and I have a dogchild now and JUST STOP IT JEN.
I will just live in the neighborhood where people actually KEEP THEIR DOGS ON LEASHES ON WALKS.
….if that exists here.
My lease is up the beginning of July, and my rent is going up $150, for a neighborhood I’m not jazzed about. With that, plus my car and insurance, I’d be paying more than I did to live on the water in Hoboken!
Any tips on great apartments or neighborhoods? I love the idea of Cherry Creek North but not sure that’s feasible, as I’m looking to save not spend. Hitting up online searches now, but you may know hidden gems that I do not! Should I move off the grid to Golden and save mad money for a year?
Some key points:
- needs to allow dogs
- prefer more walk-ability
- prefer modern finishes and less carpet
- would LOVE outdoor space
Edited: I’m kind of afraid of crazy homeless people (I know not all are crazy but I’ve been harassed in Denver more than anywhere else) and I want to pay under 1200.
Inbox or comment, please?