I lived in a micro-suite in Los Angeles for six months. Here's what it taught me about space and necessity.

Business Insider | 1/20/2020 | Lauren Frias
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As a recent college graduate, I was faced caught in a time crunch to find an apartment prior to my cross-country move to Los Angeles.

I was intrigued by the sleek and modern design of the apartment I settled on. It was fully furnished with all utilities already set up and included in the rent. It almost seemed too good to be true.

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The catch? it was only 185 square feet.

Take a look inside my (really) humble abode.

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When I first moved to Los Angeles last June, I was on a time crunch to find an apartment before I started my fellowship here at Insider. I was a starry-eyed recent college graduate from Boston University — and I had less than two weeks to find a place to live before making the move from coast-to-coast.

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In my frantic search for a place to rest my head, I stumbled upon micro-suite apartments in Downtown Los Angeles. The updated building, originally erected in the early 1900s, houses...
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