The spacious kitchens are standard in each apartment. With plenty of counter and storage space, budding celebrity chefs will feel free to experiment without feeling crowded.
Your fully equipped kitchen includes all the modern appliances that you would expect to find in a…fully equipped kitchen. Therefore, you won’t be surprised to find a refrigerator, dishwasher, stove with a self-cleaning oven, garbage disposal and a dining table with seating for four. (That’s just a fancy restaurant term for a table with four chairs.)
If you and your roomies can’t cook up some memorable meals in this kitchen, you either need to do a semester abroad or start binge-watching the Food Network.
Your living room comes complete with a leather sofa and arm chairs, two end tables, a coffee table, lamps and a 42-inch flat screen TV! (Sounds like you just won the prize on a TV game show!) You can save your TV for your bedroom. If your new roommates try to pressure you to use your brand-new 4K HDTV for the common area, just tell them you would if you could, but rules are rules. That should work for the first semester.
If you are wondering why the living room TV is “only” forty-two inches, it’s because several studies show that students watching flat screens bigger than 42 inches tend to underperform academically. In short, they flunk out. You don’t want that. Neither do we. Researchers are still trying to determine if it’s related to the possible effects of electromagnetic radiation on college-age brains, or students spending too much time mesmerized by a really large TV screen and blowing off classes. It’s a real mystery.
Every bedroom is bright and cheery and features a private balcony! You don’t have to share with anyone, if you don’t want to. You can decorate it any way you like. Some residents go for the outdoor café look, while others take advantage of the warm sunlight to grow beautiful plants and flowers.
Your bedroom features a full-size bed with extra storage space underneath, along with a chest of drawers, night stand and computer desk. All of your furniture rests on top of thick Berber carpet, which is a good thing.
As wonderful as the private balcony is, the private bathroom might beat it. No roommate squabbles about whose turn it is to clean the bathroom, who left what where, whose toothpaste is now a permanent part of the sink, etc. You can save those discussions for when you get married!