Moving Out of my 324 St. Ft. Studio – Empty Apartment Pictures

Hi all,

I officially moved out of my micro-studio apartment in January of this year. I meant to put this blog post up a lot sooner but as life would have it, I never got around to it – until now! This apartment was the first place I rented after completing university and I lived here for quite some time. However, towards the end of my lease, I was running into a lot of maintenance issues since it was an older unit. In addition,  having a poolside view proved to be a not-so-ideal location especially in the summer months.

Regardless, I will forever have a soft spot for this apartment. I met my boyfriend of almost 3 years here (he was my next-door neighbor)! It was also where I started my career and learned how to adult on my own. I made a lot of great memories at this unit so moving out was very much so – bittersweet. But I’m excited to decorate my new space and make it completely my own. Till then, you can scroll through these empty pictures of my 324 sq. ft. studio when it was completely cleaned out. I also included some links to my past blog posts on it, in case y’all were interested in that! Thanks again for following along – I hope everyone is staying home & healthy!

~b

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450 Sq. Ft. Studio Apartment – Empty & Unfurnished – $1030 Rent

New Year! New Apartment! 

Happy 2020! Welcome to my new home! It’s a cute + cozy 450 sq. ft. apartment in the city with a monthly base rent of $1030. Though borderline a micro-studio, I am so happy I get to call this little shoebox mine – ha! My small studio is packed with functionality. From the high ceilings to a pull-out Murphy bed – these features help make the room feel open and spacious. I overloaded this blog post with a ton of pictures of my new apartment so you guys get a better feel of the layout and general space. I hope you enjoy the empty tour! 🙂 … & I can’t wait to start decorating it! ~b

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High Rise Empty One Bedroom Apartment Tour

We moved!

…well kind of! 🙂 At the end of October this year, my boyfriend and I transferred out of our studio into a one-bedroom apartment. It’s situated in the same high rise complex so there are various similarities in the two different floorplans. You can check out the empty studio here.

Since I love documenting the places that I have lived – I had to share this mini-tour of our “new” home with you all! Our current space is approximately 678 sq. ft. with a base rent of $1407 – which is actually a good deal as we are on a higher level. The one-bedroom is very much modern and what you would expect out of an urban luxury apartment. There’s hardwood floors throughout, stainless steel appliances, breathtaking city views – just to name a few features!

In addition, our high rise building has some really great community amenities which really enforces the idea of living an elevated lifestyle.  From a rooftop pool to a sophisticated club lounge, I highlight some of these areas in the second half of my video.

All in all, I really hope you enjoy today’s empty home tour post! This month, I also leased another luxury apartment in the city and I am super excited to share that with you all as well – so stay tuned! As always, I appreciate you taking the time to watch my videos or read my blog. Y’all are the best! ~b

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Empty Studio Apartment Tour

 

Hi all! Here’s an unfurnished video tour of my current studio apartment. I have been living here for a few months now and I absolutely love it here! The energy of the city is contagious! I can’t tell you guys enough how lucky I am to snag this 324 sq. ft. studio with a monthly rent of $655. Most apartments in uptown are around a grand (yikes!). On top of the affordable price, my unit came with everything I could possibly need. There is plenty of built-in storage to make up for the lack of footage. A work/desk space right next to the kitchen, and washer/dryer combo in the walk in closet. I’ll admit the furnishings are super basic but they helped me save a lot of money on buying cohesive furniture. In addition, the complex has really good amenities. There are two pools and fitness centers, café/computer room, laundry room, and outside lounging areas. Although this is the smallest space I have ever lived in, it is actually my favorite apartment. I really couldn’t have been happier with my decision to call this place my home. ~b

Update: Check out my fully decorated studio apartment here.

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