December 13th, 2007

Room Available in Maple Leaf Jan 1st

I have a room available in my 2 bd apartment in Maple Leaf and my first preference for a roommate would be another student, so I'm posting here first, and craigslist will follow.

About the apt:
.2 bedroom
.2 bath (yes, you get your own bathroom, though shared by guests as it's the main bathroom)
.Approx 1,000 square feet
.Spacious living room/dining room area
.Plenty of common storage space in kitchen, front entry closet, bathroom
.Open bedroom is decent-sized, can easily fit a full-size bed
.On-site laundry just down the hallway a few feet ($1.25 wash/$1.00 dry)
.3rd floor in 4-story building, elevator helpful for moving in
.Plenty of free on-street parking nearby and on direct busline to UW, Northgate, and Downtown
.Secure entry building w/ intercom and interior access to apartment
.No pets allowed
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You can comment here or email me at if you have more questions or want to take a look at the place. I'm looking for a move-in on or around the 1st of January.
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Hi all -- I checked the memories but couldn't really find an answer, so I thought I'd ask here...

I'm recovering from back surgery and part of my rehabilitation is to swim as it's the best thing I can do for my back exercise-wise.  So for winter quarter I'm planning on swimming each day before classes. 

Trouble is, I can't really tell from the map what it's like to get from the IMA to, say, the quad or the HUB.  I've never been to the IMA, so I was hoping someone could tell me what the walk is like.  Is it uphill?  Is there a bus that goes between the two areas?  I'm not looking for speed of getting to class but rather avoiding climbing the hills while I'm still recovering.  I've studied the available bus maps but I figured I'd ask to see if someone could give me some more detailed information.   I'm trying to kind of set up a daily schedule for myself so I can work out my work schedule as well.