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When you live in an 8oo-square-foot apartment chances are you weren’t graced with a luscious entryway. We’d all love an expansive foyer laden with closets for storage and hiding unsightly items (boots, umbrellas, reusable grocery bags). But for most city-dwellers this is simply not a reality.
I live in a two-bedroom one-bathroom 1,100-square-foot condo with my husband. That’s considered fairly roomy in our neighborhood, since the average cost per square foot is $739. We certainly aren’t rolling in the dough and can’t afford to purchase one of the neighborhood’s newer, more spacious, multi-million-dollar units. So we live on the third floor of a vintage walk-up.