ZGr88n wrote:It's like the awkward silence before an undergrad class ITT.
what the hell, right? everyone come talk to me or else i might actually have to do my work.
sobrickay wrote:Are there any Ann Arborites who can offer some advice on where in town to live, or more specifically, where not to live? I'll be a 1L next year, and if possible I'd like to avoid getting stuck in an area that is loud or prone to house parties. Are there areas more populated by grad-students than others? I've never been to Ann Arbor and actually won't be able to visit it until the summer, so I'm kind of stuck seeking for advice this way. Also, should I be looking to sign a lease ASAP? Is it even feasible to wait until the summer? I'm looking to be close to the law school (like, within a 15 minute walk). Basically, are there any areas that I should avoid - or is pretty much anything near the central campus more or less created equal? My SO and I are still deciding on whether she's going to come with me to Ann Arbor or not... so I won't be doing the Lawyer's club. Thanks for any insight you can share.
If there is a better place to find this info, I'd appreciate any pointers. The Michigan threads just seem pretty dead as of late, unfortunately.
I'm an MLaw 2010 graduate with a condo in Ann Arbor that I'm looking to rent, starting this summer or fall. I've been renting it to another MLaw student from 2011-present, but he's graduating this May.
The condo is in Woodland Mews, which is a couple miles south of campus. It's 1BR/1 bath/950 sq. ft. All the appliances were new in 06-07. My husband and I lived there for about five years, including while I was in law school. We loved the location--about a block from a good grocery store, coffee shop, drug store, dry cleaner's, and bakery. I drove to the commuter parking lot when I was in school--it's maybe a 2 mile drive, takes about 5 minutes if you get stuck at the lights. From the commuter lot, there's a free shuttle that drops off at the law school.
I'm asking $975 for rent. PM me if you're interested, and I can send you some pictures.
jk148706 wrote:ZGr88n wrote:alicepaul wrote:Checking in! Got in a while ago and finally decided to make an account.
Congrats and welcome to the party!
Z have undecided yet?
yost wrote:EEguy5 wrote:Hey all, thrilled to announce I paid my seat deposit yesterday and will be attending MLaw this fall! (Barring some very unlikely waitlist movement + money).
Congrats! I assume "EE" refers to electrical engineering? Glad I'm not the only one.
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