A run down apt bldging build in 1935!
OP, r44, I would rephrase that as Downstairs-Downstairs.
R40, Bernadette Peters lives three floors above me, I see her all the time and she occasionally attends my dinner parties and I hers.
I used to see Jennifer Lawrence here all the time, but not recently...I don't know if she lived here or was just visiting someone.
Julia Stiles also used to live here, I believe she now lives in SoHo or the Village.
I'm using god names for all my properties. I've comprised a list of all the Greek, Roman, Egyptian and Indian gods. That list numbers over a hundred.
The current building is Athene.
Hacienda Del Lapiz Marcador
The Haven Trailer Park (current)
Baird Mountain (year ago)
Ash Street Apartments (two years ago)
My house (Three years ago)
R22, have you recovered from the infamous bedbug & roach infestation?
R62, are you sure you're not thinking of the bedbug infestation in Ansonia, CT that made the news last year?
My friends just call it The Penthouse.
The Tarantula Arms Hotel.
The Dust Bowl.
[quote] are you sure you're not thinking of the bedbug infestation in Ansonia, CT that made the news last year?
No, dear. And if that's you, R22, then you should talk to your neighbors who have been around a while or at least 5 - 6 years.
London Terrace (Towers), aka the Fashion Projects.
Current: Casa Marina
Previous: Redwood Ritz, a quiet retreat for the traveling elite...
If I were to answer seriously, I know that my home is a bit modest to name. But, in my head, it's always been Oak Rise. For whatever reason, the large oak in the front yard is the only oak, surrounded by many maples in the area.
My parents home is Shallow Springs. I've always liked the ring of it.
I live in "The May House."
Rancho Retiro de la immigrants con tequila
I grew up in apartment suburbs where the buildings aspired to grandeur with huge script letters across the front that said things like "Thirty-Nine Twenty-Four."
As a young pencil-dialer I found it glamorous, but now it's just hilarious, so my house in the middle of an unglamorous part of city is called "2925."
"Did you hear about the laundromat that was robbed last night? Well, it's just down the block from 2925!"