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Colin Rusch

Posts: 1,435
Registered: Oct 16, 2002
Greater MN - Live/Work Spaces
Posted: Apr 22, 2003 4:38 PM
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Post Live/Work spaces in Greater Minnesota here.


Artspace Projects

Posts: 12
Registered: Feb 26, 2003
Washington Studios - Duluth
Posted: May 2, 2003 12:51 PM
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Affordable live/work space in Duluth's Central Hillside Neighborhood. Features hardwood floors, 12-30 ft ceilings, natural light, large closets, and new kitchens and baths. Washington Studios have laundry, off-street parking, a gallery, meeting room, two dance performance studios, as well as a community swimming pool, and a gymnasium.

Contact the management at 218-722-3131 for information.

Jeanne Platt

Posts: 6
From: Edina
Registered: Oct 9, 2003
Re: Greater MN - Live/Work Spaces
Posted: Oct 9, 2003 4:15 PM
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I'm a painter/printer who is looking for a living space in or near downtown mpls or st. paul. Right now looking at single spaces but would also be interested in hooking up with an arts-type roommate. perhaps we could get a cheap 3bed and have one room as a studio.. I'd prefer a space with a bit of character, good light, and abusable floors and walls. any leads would be great-

Contact me at: basementbanter@hotmail.com.
thanks


Message was edited by: Jeanne Platt at Feb 6, 2004 6:35 PM


jim oakes

Posts: 86
Registered: Mar 3, 2004
Re: Greater MN - Live/Work Spaces
Posted: Mar 3, 2004 3:20 PM
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TIRED OF RENTING?See my post at live/work spaces
http://www.xanga.com/jimoakes


Message was edited by: jim oakes at Apr 21, 2004 8:50 AM


Bolton

Posts: 1
Registered: Jul 7, 2004
Re: Greater MN - Live/Work Spaces
Posted: Jul 7, 2004 8:02 AM
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Move North!!!
Long Lake Theater www.longlaketheater.net (Near Park Rapids, Minnesota) will be adding seasonal retail/studio space soon.
We're into our 3rd season and if a theater can make it in our location, you can too!
Let's talk! You'd be the only game in town - SELL YOUR ART 4 or 5 MONTHS OF THE YEAR - WINTER IN... MEXICO?

longlaketheater@hotmail.com

Sarah Sawyer

Posts: 3
From: Minneapolis
Registered: Sep 7, 2004
Re: Greater MN - Live/Work Spaces
Posted: Sep 7, 2004 6:03 PM
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Looking for live/work space in Rochester...

jaime longoria

Posts: 1,161
Registered: Oct 7, 2002
Re: Greater MN - Live/Work Spaces
Posted: Sep 16, 2004 9:09 AM
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Chicano artist looking for Hallways, bathrooms, street level windows to display Chicano Art during the time of the Chicano Show at the Weisman.
Please post invitation or questions in "Chicano" forums.

thank you for your support
chicano artist
coyote infinity

Nicole Adams

Posts: 2
From: Minneapolis
Registered: Nov 22, 2004
$485 - Available Now! Room in 3 BR Home, Quiet Residential Neighborhood
Posted: Nov 22, 2004 4:04 PM
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We are a secretary and math grad student (U of M) seeking a quiet boarder (non-smoker, non-drinker/partier) for bedroom on second floor of our beautiful 3 bedroom home. Our home is located in a quiet, residential neighborhood near buslines and light rail, and biking distance from the U of M.

Graduate students and/or international residents welcome. Rent is $485 and includes a shared quiet study area, shared bathroom, living room, dining room, huge kitchen. Fully renovated this summer - lots of hardwood. Cable-ready. Separate or shared phone line (your choice). We love gardeners. Free laundry! Central A/C, heating, etc. Furnishings available at no extra cost.

Boarder pays reasonable rent, plus 1/3 of utilities (phone, electric, gas). House is located in a quiet, residential neighborhood, within walking distance of major bus lines and light rail station. There are several parks in the neighborhood. Length of lease negotiable. Pets considered on a case-by-case
basis. We do live with an orange-fronted conure (small parrot).

More about Us: We are two female, liberal, overworked-types, who have purchased our first home but need a renter to help make mortgage payments. Our school/work-lives are crazy enough already, so we want to keep our house free of smoking, excessive drinking and loud parties. We do have a designated quiet study area, since one of us is working on her PhD and has way too much work on her hands. We try to lead peaceful lives; we like to knit/crochet, cook, garden, read. Our main luxury is really good tea. If this sounds like your kind of home, please contact us ASAP at nabthatladybug@yahoo.com or 612.722.0128!

We welcome any further questions you may have.

Available Immediately.

Nicole Adams

Posts: 2
From: Minneapolis
Registered: Nov 22, 2004
$485 - Available Now! Room in 3 BR Home, Quiet Residential Neighborhood
Posted: Nov 22, 2004 4:08 PM
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We are a secretary and math grad student (U of M) seeking a quiet boarder (non-smoker, non-drinker/partier) for bedroom on second floor of our beautiful 3 bedroom home. Our home is located in a quiet, residential neighborhood near buslines and light rail, and biking distance from the U of M.

Graduate students and/or international residents welcome. Rent is $485 and includes a shared quiet study area, shared bathroom, living room, dining room, huge kitchen. Fully renovated this summer - lots of hardwood. Cable-ready. Separate or shared phone line (your choice). We love gardeners. Free laundry! Central A/C, heating, etc. Furnishings available at no extra cost.

Boarder pays reasonable rent, plus 1/3 of utilities (phone, electric, gas). House is located in a quiet, residential neighborhood, within walking distance of major bus lines and light rail station. There are several parks in the neighborhood. Length of lease negotiable. Pets considered on a case-by-case
basis. We do live with an orange-fronted conure (small parrot).

More about Us: We are two female, liberal, overworked-types, who have purchased our first home but need a renter to help make mortgage payments. Our school/work-lives are crazy enough already, so we want to keep our house free of smoking, excessive drinking and loud parties. We do have a designated quiet study area, since one of us is working on her PhD and has way too much work on her hands. We try to lead peaceful lives; we like to knit/crochet, cook, garden, read. Our main luxury is really good tea. If this sounds like your kind of home, please contact us ASAP at nabthatladybug@yahoo.com or 612.722.0128!

We welcome any further questions you may have.

Available Immediately.

emerson maki

Posts: 1
Registered: May 26, 2005
Re: Washington Studios - Duluth
Posted: May 26, 2005 9:49 AM
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hello who ever this is

this is a person that used to live in the studios Apt. 501 on the top. we left it to Sue (frogrt her last name)
iv wondering what is happing there and who is in apt 500

Aneisha Henderson

Posts: 1
From: Duluth
Registered: Dec 16, 2007
Re: Washington Studios - Duluth
Posted: Dec 16, 2007 3:45 PM
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Hello,

My name is Aneisha Henderson and I am interested in a n affordable work living space. I want to attend LAke Superior college and I don't earn that much money a month. I am a quiet person and a cleaner upper. If you can contact me with some details I would gladly appreciate it. My e-mailis wrencom@livenet.com my business phone is 612-763-537-1816.

Thank You,
Aneisha Henderson

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