It's 55 degrees and raining in Boston right now and I can only dream of the amazing sun and warmth all of you will be experiencing this weekend in your search for housing. Please enjoy some of that for me. I still have to endure 5 more weeks of New England weather before heading west.
gomightyreds wrote:It's 55 degrees and raining in Boston right now and I can only dream of the amazing sun and warmth all of you will be experiencing this weekend in your search for housing. Please enjoy some of that for me. I still have to endure 5 more weeks of New England weather before heading west.
I live in the central valley (Davis is also in the central valley) and were having a "cold streak" this week with temperatures in the mid to low 70s.... no rain, sort of breezy, but its definitely better than 100+ degree weather!
Growing up in the dry heat of SoCal, I can definitely live with temps that high. Boston's humid summers are only made worse by the fact that most housing in the city does not have central air. Window units just don't cut it.
I think we have to be there the night of August 17th for some welcome thing, or the 18th at the latest right? I think I'll be moving in on the 13th or so - I have an August 10 move in date but I'm sort of trying to avoid the Davis heat while I can:)
Is anyone still looking for housing? I signed a lease on a one bedroom unit at Portage Bay Apartments in West Davis, but something has come up and I will not be attending this fall. This is a typical one year Davis Model Lease beginning August 1st, so there's time to get settled in before the start of classes. Rent is $925/mo. I spent a lot of time looking for the best apartment complex in Davis - quiet, good management, short commute... and Portage Bay was the best option. But since I will not be in Davis this fall, I was wondering if anyone would be interested in taking over the lease to this apartment?
If interested, please call the apartment manager, Jacque Denton, at 530-758-3190 or email@example.com.
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