Normal apartments for normal people opening soon near downtown

Normal apartments for normal people opening soon near downtown

If you read the Gazette Facebook comments (not recommended), you’ll have noticed that people are very worried! They are worried about chemtrails, very worried about them. Insanely worried about chemtrails, you could even say. But! They are also worried about downtown housing. Some are worried that we are only building apartments for the rich. Some are worried we are only building apartments for the poor. Some are worried that another act of god is inevitable and we have not yet installed flood protection, and that all of these apartments will drown in the wrath of our creator (The Flying Spaghetti Monster, may you be touched by his noodley appendage). Luckily, a glorious white knight has emerged to rescue us! The 10th Street Brickstones are almost complete. It is even possible, possible right now at this very second, to call or email about renting these apartments. Before you do that, let’s go over some of the basics about the building. The 10th Street Brickstones are on 10th Street, specifically 906 10th Street SE. There’s no garage parking, and save your quarters, because there’s no in-unit laundry either. So, boo to those things. Other than that they’re pretty great apartments. They are an easy and pleasant walk to downtown or New Bohemia. They are outside the 500 year flood plain, if you care about that. They have that faucet hose thing that you use to spray down the sink. They have Carrie Bradshaw sized closets. All in all, they are a nice place to live. The building is half market rate and half “80% income restricted”. What does “80% income restricted” mean? It means that if…