Not-so-random ephemera for tenants

Merry weekend all, I hope each and every one of you gets a chance to enjoy the fab weather we are experiencing today.  Of the many reasons I left the wrong aka East Coast was for days like this; 65 degrees, sunny, 60% humidity.
It is currently 80 degrees where I grew up on Strong Island, 64 degrees and raining where I went to College (R.U. rah-rah, R.U. rah-rah!), 85 degrees in the “lesbian capital of the Northeast” where an ex of mine studied @ Smith, and 87 degrees in Charlottesville, VA, where I spent a looong¬†minute. Remember, it’s not just the tech/bio-chem boom that has driven up rents, we live in a truly spectacular environment. There are not many places in the world where you can go skiing and surfing on the same day and where 7.5 months out of the year it’s around 70 degrees and sunny!

Anyhoo, enough of my pointless jibber-jabber, onto building stuff!

The 3rd-floor washers have had their H20 issue resolved. In case you didn’t know/notice, clothes washed on the cold setting WERE coming out hot, as some dang jive-sucker installed the hot/cold water hookups incorrectly, but that issue has been rectified.

Alas, I do not have any good news to report about the status of the 1st & 2nd-floor laundry rooms except this; “the owner” had hired a contractor to finish up the 2nd/1st-floor laundry rooms, and they were supposed to start this past Monday, but they were held up on their last gig and could not start this week. Fingers/toes/eyes/arms/ crossed said contractor will be here on Monday.
As ever, thank you for your patience and understanding regarding the interminable delays in getting all three floors their auxiliary laundry rooms back in action. (Most) of you are the very definition of Platonic tenants, and your collective patience is a constant source of happiness to me.

Now, about the notices on all the entry/exit doors. Those notices and the reason(s) why they were posted require it’s own separate post, but suffice to say, our worst fears WERE NOT realized, and while yes, of course, the sentiments expressed in those notes apply, none of you have anything to fear as the imbroglio has been sorted.
And sorted in a rather amusing, funny, qweird way, which is why that story warrants its own individual post.

Until next time, keep cool but care.

Heads up, I have to leave at about noon – 12:30 pm on Monday, June 12th, 2017, as my accountant wants to meet with me in person. Which, if you’ve dealt with accountants, means some…interesting things will be discussed. I’ll also have my away message set to inform y’all of this fact, as I realize not many people read my blog : (

Published by 574 3rd St. - Central Apartments

Originally "The Central Hotel", built by Edward Rolkin in 1907, 574 3rd St: Central Apartments used to consist of 440 small rooms and several storefronts across the first floor, including a large saloon and dining room. Currently family-owned and managed, over the past 44-years Central Apartments has been converted to the thriving multi-family apartment community it is today. Couple constant upgrades and renovations with astute attention to detail and CNT is now a bona fide fixture of the SoMa/South Beach area, a multi-family apartment community that features a total of 102 apartments. From our smallest studios to our two studios with storage lofts to our two junior one-bedrooms to our one-bedrooms to our one two-bedroom, all our apartments are wired for high-speed internet and boast updated plumbing lines and electrical fixtures. Combine that with our usual apartment amenities - granite countertops, hardwood floors (entry, living room, bedroom), granite tile floors (kitchen and bathroom), gas stoves, range hoods, sturdy cabinetry, along with the fact that we include all utilities (excluding internet and cable service) with the monthly rental charge? Located three blocks from Giants Stadium, Chase Center right up the way and practically across the street from the lush oasis of South Park, we boast a perfect 100 Transit Score.

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