Fall Back / Apologies for the Radio Silence

Dearest tenants, subscribers, rando’s searching the intertubes;

Greetings and a nifty November to you all. The headline kinda says it all, but just in case you don’t get the first reference, please remember to move your (analog) clocks BACK one hour on Sunday, November 3rd, 2019 at 2:00 a.m. as Daylight Saving Time is coming to an end and thus it’s time to “Fall Back” into standard time. (On the plus side, if you’re at a bar or club, one more extra hour to drink on early Sunday morning/late Saturday night!)

As for the “radio silence” (or, rather, my lack of posting of late), as some of you know I was diagnosed with tendonitis/tennis elbow/lateral epicondylitis which has probably been building up over the years but was extra-exacerbated when the hydraulics on my office chair failed and I began typing at a poor angle. As I email and write a lot (and am not known for my brevity*) and as the pain became, at times, nearly unbearable, I tried to refrain from extraneous writing.
Which, let’s face it, is mostly what this here building blog is mostly all about.

That typed, it’s getting a lot better through stretching, icing/heating, and the elbow brace I’ve been wearing. Plus, they repaired my office chair, and now, even after long sessions of pounding the keys, I no longer have a thrumming pain at my elbow.

I hope you all have a wonderful weekend, that you enjoy the extra-hour we get this weekend, and that you aren’t too gloomy come Monday when your commute home will probably be in darkness.

*Say it with me now; logorrhea (log·​or·​rhea) cha-cha-cha

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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