Today I got into the building where I am moving for the very first time. Here's the view I saw as I approached.
I found the door on the north side and had the instruction to call when I arrived. A construction worker was there working on what will be the call box for entry on that side and he let me into the foyer.
The representative of the property manager met me and we whisked up the elevator to floor 6, which is really floor 7 because to continue with doing things European style, ground floor is 0!
And here's the elevator foyer on the sixth floor.
The living room area is about the same size.
To make best use of the space the doors to the bathroom and the walkin closet are pocket doors, and the door to the bedroom from the living area is a translucent barn door that slides into the wall. The floor length window in the bedroom was a surprise too.
When leaving I decided to go down to take a look at the garage. I took the elevator to -1 and then went through the door to the garage, hearing it clicked locked! And I had no key to open it!
Well, here's the picture of the empty garage.
Walked around the corner to the Keys restaurant. How convenient to be able to walk out so easily to a good restaurant, most any time of the day!
Meanwhile the place I live looks certainly like someone is moving. It's hard to pack out of a small apartment. Where does one put the boxes?