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Of course! The smell of rancid grease wafting through the window from the render's tank in the alley below has always been a morning delight for me! Yuck!
Next door to all the freeloaders?
I'd love it! Front row seats to all the parades and protests for the grandkids.
I have always wanted to live in a downtown Lawrence loft? It would be perfect. I don't think you would need to own a car.
except for grocery shopping....there's no place to walk or bike to. Buses run, but not at the odd times one needs to hit the store!
Have absolutely no desire to live in town anywhere. Give me the country life.
Having lived in a downtown loft back in Cambridge, Mass, I've always thought it would be neat to live upstairs on Mass St. here in Lawrence...and not just for the "Mass" connection. If you've never lived in a neat place downtown in a neat city, I think you've missed an awesome experience.
Of course, my ideal place to live would be where my front door opens into the city while my back door opens into the country.
I like it!!!
a loft maybe
a park? no way.
Not for the gajillion dollars they charge in rent/house payment for the "privilege".
If I were single maybe. It would not be an option for me with a family. Kids need yards and neighborhood friends.
Do the drums go with it?
Yah, I plan to move into one of 'em on the 12th of Never.
Yep, I'd like it. It'd be fun to trip in & out of -if I had the wherewithal. I'd still like to have the dive on the Bowersock dam. That's the coolest place in town.
An apt. on the Plaza would be nice, for sure.
It would be great fun if I didn't have critters. The enjoyment of a yard with a fire pit is quite nice too.
Back in the day when there were real loft apartments it was great.. And cheap. "Loft" apartments these days are just apartments with higher ceilings. No adventure, no interest. And really expensive for the square footage.
People seem to have forgotten - lofts were originally in old commercial buildings, and very spartan.
Artists lived there, because they were cheap.
I'm sure that whoever was renting them out was breaking a number of rental codes.
I live on a spacious elbow room multi acre pc. of land with home now. Non cyber friends are shocked when I tell them my second choice living arrangements would be spacious loft type living where a car is not needed.
Count me as one who could enjoy it. Mow what? Food delivery, walk a few steps for a breakfast? Slip down and catch some live music before bedtime?
Too loud and too expensive. One condo unit is on the verge of foreclosing and the Hobbs Taylor Lofts cost over $250,000. How much are they charging for the new lofts? Oh, not to mention those available at The Oread.....
I don't think you are actually supposed to live in those, just buy them and save them for later or something. You would definitely be one of the "cool alumni" if you had one you could use a few times a year on gamedays.
I would love it, but my tomatoes wouldn't.
Not at $1,100 a month and with my little tiny Saint Bernard I think the renting company might have a small issue.
I might retire there or keep a place for when I leave the ranch for a few weeks to visit town. I'll consider it if I ever am able to afford a ranch, or to retire.
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